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Delilah Miller

(San Diego)

Sky-Minded


Blue sky,
blue sky.

Looking at you, wishing the day by.

Blue sky,
purple sky.

Storm coming in, here it is, there's the eye.

Blue sky,
grey sky.

The earth is wailing, the thunder yells, and the clouds cry.

Blue sky,
grey sky,
black sky.

Tore away at the moon, swallowed stars, listened to the sun die.

Black sky
Green sky
Orange sky
Red sky
Pink and yellow and mean sky.

Come on and roll in; it's only in my mind.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Edited: Saturday, December 18, 2010

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  • Katie Edwards (3/18/2008 3:32:00 PM)

    From The 1st year media students of Newcastle College - Newcastle-upon-tyne, North East England.

    We liked your poem so much we made a one minute film based on your poem.
    Here is the link http: //www.youtube.com/watch? v=721CosROrFs

    youtube.com - search MediaBits - Sky minded (Report) Reply

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