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  85.     

A Small Bird of Loneliness

A small bird of loneliness is flying
Through desolate and the many grasslands
Lightless color the ways one understands
When some true heart is there trying
Feelings blue shores the clouds crying
All from inside the heart truly commands
The songs from terrestrial leavens wastelands
Feelings the grass every color drying

Waters that those alone know like perfume
Surrounded and enchained to its foams
Velvets of vet fallen prairies dark flume
Dryness of bleak gloomy earthly chromes
Every inner murky wearied small bloom
Alone structured stamens the roots and domes
 
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  86.     

A Winter Song (From, Lost Song Poems)

There's outside a winter's song
With frore and grayish earth,
We had the summer for so long
For what each day was worth;
I'll long for summer and spring
Each time the night gets cold,
When weather hollowly will sing
In winter so frosty and bold.

A flower so gracefully done
The winter's rose in my window,
I'll greet you gladly on and on
Cherish your pearl white afterglow;
I've often been in a moody down
When darker the short day comes,
Then I see frosty rose jewel crown
And know in the cold it blooms.

Winter romance and candle lights
Longing for green sweet earth,
Longing for clearings sky bright
And all what the day young's worth;
How can it touch the morning flame
The winter that's gray and dark,
Will not each color be there same
Without its golden morning spark.
 
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Adoration of The Earth

'Adoration of the earth'
coming through at spring's birth,
flowers so bright
colors and light,
- all what the summer is worth!

Then summer started to come
with a small winsome blossom,
of color blue
innocent new,
- O who knows where it is from?

Refrain:
Blow blow western breeze,
hope new born and alive!
Give green growth to wild trees,
so blossoms leaves may arrive.

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Merry-go-round blooming time
in jφrth's colors and sky's rime,
a poem's birth
from life in earth,
- where the water fresh shall prime!

The white raven is winging
in peaceful harmony singing:
O what have we found
that not goes around,
- and joy to new eyes is bringing!
 
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  88.     

Always Unexpected (From 134 Picture Poems)

always unexpected
the silky night comes in

playing on the lights
desires mused and soft
 
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