sublime

      A golden star coruscates
      from a turquoise blue sky
      sparkling on lush green meadows
      where birds, bees delight

      on blossoms, fragrant and bright.
      the breeze spins a symphony
      with birds fluttering with glee
      and as dusk descends

      the sun daub’s elysium
      with shades of pink, stars appear
      glittering near crescent moon
      in welkin velvet.

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      25 thoughts on “sublime

      1. I had to look up two words!! I thought I knew the English language pretty well but…Welkin is a new word to me. And coruscate is one of those words I think I know, but never use, then suddenly realise.. uh… do I really know what it means! Now I do. Thanks! You liked a poem of mine, thanks for that. So I look at your stuff & enjoy. Think I follow… kind wishes, tony

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