Blue And Gold Poem by Hazel Durham

Blue And Gold

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She wander's far through the fields of golden corn,
That sways in an easterly breeze,
Her fragile, soul begins to rise out of her inner turmoil,
Like the spring after an Artic freeze.
This feast of beauty, enhances her senses to hover,
In a timeless sensation, that makes her anger cease,
Under wide, sweeping and perfect blue skies.
As she hold's her lover's lies,
The sun's rays burns them in a furnace,
They wither and then die's.
Blue and gold, settling into her view,
Like her scarred soul, entering an open door,
Into something bright and new,
Love is lost, gone crawling on it's knees,
Like the agony of the stings of a swarm of bee's,
Leaving her with the high price, of her lover's fee's,
Like a part of her is adrift in a dense, unforgiving fog,
She can't grasp hope, her memories are dreams, she can still see.
Blue and gold, vivid, tantalizing that lift's her away,
To places and faces, that wraps their warmth around her emotions,
Captivating blue and gold,
Brings colour into her fold,
Living, breathing, her spirit energised,
She look's into the jaws of reality with a look so bold,
The golden corn glistens and sways together so smooth,
Blue skies dazzle with the promise,
Of her bright new beginnng that soothes
Her torn shreds of her heart,
She becomes whole again with the prospect,
Of a fresh start!

Friday, June 27, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: love hurts
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Ramesh Rai 28 June 2014

I don't find any parallel of your writing who can so eloquently express the grief desire of woman. Your words are like glittering sapphire expressing the truth of life. Congratulations for being bestowed with such magnetic talent. thanks for sharing.

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Ramesh Rai 28 June 2014

I don't find any parallel of your writing who can so eloquently express the grief desire of woman. Your words are like glittering sapphire expressing the truth of life. Congratulations for being bestowed with such magnetic talent. thanks for sharing.

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Geetha Jayakumar 28 June 2014

Beautiful poem Hazel....Different feelings of a woman with vivid imagery, you have captured very well. How she energises herself after sorrow...poem completed beautifully with positive ending of fresh start again.. I loved reading each lines... But I loved the most these wonderful lines....She look's into the jaws of reality with a look so bold,

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Dinesan Madathil 29 June 2014

Sorrows wrought for meditative interpretations play a role here. The world of reality for the lady in deep anguish is to be a sort of compromise as well. A penetrating poem with an amazing touch of craftsmanship, Hazel.

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Valsa George 30 June 2014

Man and Nature are intrinsically inter related.....! How man's moods are affected and energized by Nature's pleasant hues...! ........Here the lady with the scarred soul, cheated by the viles and lies of her lover picks up the slivers of her broken heart and becomes whole once again under the mesmerizing effect of the blue sky dazzling with promises and the gold of the ripe corn and the setting sun lending her the glimpse of a radiant new dawn! Wonderful write!

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Chaminda Pushpadewa 25 December 2017

Nice poem so I think that was a pain by adrift woman so let me know

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Me Poet Yeps Poet 21 June 2017

its a poetry like calling a spade a spade and a mark on so many minds then you had made 'tis great lady poetree

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Mj Khalid 10 March 2017

so nice.really lovely. you are my favourite poetess.

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Akhtar Jawad 08 March 2015

A well versed poem....................10

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Noreen Carden 10 July 2014

So beautifully written Hazel You always paint such a beautiful picture with your words.

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