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Author Name: Premiumsheedreams 8 Comments
Date Added: January 09, 2011 11:01:11 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Apache Sunrise
I wake
from dreams of frozen yogurt
and polar bear kisses
to a grande sunrise over the superstition mountains
a jagged profile
 softened by early morning mist
apricot sky and blueberry rock formations
the snow has disappeared from four peaks
 my postcard view of distant
winter wonderland
erased
yet
I still hear the
 superstitions that hold the secret
to the Lost Dutchman's gold mine
whispering my name
 and buffeting the wind
they call
mariah 
 
 
 
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Comment By: PremiumHOPE on January 19, 2011 12:49:33 PM Report
Linda Jo
Your words are vivid expressing wonderful colors that nature gives us.  It's just up to us to take the time and look at it's beauty.  Thank you so much for bringing my thoughts to  a wonderful peaceful place.

Tina

Comment By: FreeAlfred Berggren on January 18, 2011 11:06:51 AM Report
There's gold in your poem and its beauty shines out like the rays of the sun. It's enough for me to find your poem's gold than have to buy some donkeys and look for that old Dutchman's mine. What a wast of time that would be, but not a waste of time reading your poem.
Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on January 14, 2011 05:18:00 PM Report


Ahhhh, you gave us a wonderful kaliedascope of your vision of your surroundings, dear poetess...Just a treat from beginning to end....You brought us to what you see, and there is always clarity in your nature writing....Nice work, as usual, Ljo~!


Apricots and blueberries,...Margaret

Comment By: PremiumMary Lou Allen on January 10, 2011 08:49:21 PM Report
Oh, how I love this! Every line a poem. And at the end I felt mariah blowing through my hair. You are so good at nature poems. I was there in the heat of August when everything was dirt colored. You make me see it all in color. What a sight. This goes into Favorites. Nice work. ML
Comment By: FreeBruce A. Peaslee on January 10, 2011 06:18:31 PM Report


Linda Jo- What a colorful description;  The "apricot sky and blueberry rock formations" line evoked an accurate description of the late afternoon Arizona skyline that I remember when I was in Scottsdale in the late 80's.  I really liked this.


 


 


---Poetrydad---

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on January 9, 2011 10:09:14 PM Report
oh you do have a way with expressions words...awesome!!
Comment By: Freejamieson steele on January 9, 2011 04:46:52 PM Report


Dear Lady,


   The


 "Wind they call Mariah"


 is always


associated with


"the sun will always shine".


It's about love & nature


& the feelings 


of young love.


Gogi Grant & Frankie Lane


express this sentiment


 so very beautifully


in their


lyrical melodies & harmonies.


 


All the best


for lyrical melodies


supported by love's harmonies,




Jamieson

Comment By: FreeRobert on January 9, 2011 12:24:54 PM Report


Beautiful picture of the morning sunrise my CF in your land of Arizona Almost as beautiful as the sunrise over a peaceful yet noise loud swamp with the bellow of alligators, and the chirps and twitter of songbirds and the whoosh of the wind beneaththe wings of waterfowel.


You are one heck of a poet my CF more to share please!





 


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