Indigo Skies


Frosty grass glitters
beneath silver moon.
Stars softly sparkle
to midnights fair tune.

Indigo skies,
crystal and clear,
reflect winter magic
as snow flurries near.

Late in the evening,
when whip-o-wills sleep,
silence is tender,
solitude deep.

Serenity sings in
soft wispy sighs
when hearts are attune
to indigo skies.

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samiaali 5 years ago

You've done it again tnderhrt23! Another beautiful poem! I love your poems! :)

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sameerk 5 years ago from India

nice one

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tnderhrt23 5 years ago Author

Thanks, samiaaali and sameerk!

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epigramman 5 years ago

...after God paints all of the images in life and nature on his canvas He must ask you to write the words underneath for each poetic caption ........

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tnderhrt23 5 years ago Author

Nope, He didn't...but I am surely one of His most devoted fans and I gotta write about His Masterpieces! it is one of my most favorite things, Epi, to share them with you!

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always exploring 5 years ago from Southern Illinois

Very beautiful your Indigo Skies.Love it! This is where i come to get my poetry fix.Thank you.

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tnderhrt23 5 years ago Author

always, I am honored! Thank YOU!

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Sarah Writes 5 years ago from California

Love Indigo skies! This poem left me with a beautiful picture, and a sence of peace, Thanks so much for sharing.

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nighthag 5 years ago from Australia

Like a painting, a small glimpse in time that stays in the mind long after seeing the beauty, beautiful poem

Marina Lester 5 years ago

A beautiful, haunting piece, indeed 'tune'. Silent music, very lovely... :)

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Edoka Writes 5 years ago

Wow. Beautiful, moving and thought provoking. Love the title too!

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