Sharing poems with little kids this week, I keep reading this one:
I’m glad the sky is painted blue,
And the earth is painted green,
With such a lot of nice fresh air
All sandwiched in between.
While Long Winter in Vermont has its endless permutations of snowfall and cold, Spring in the Green Mountain state yields treasures every day — coltsfoot in this unexpected place, emerald so luminescent it seems nearly impossible. How quickly this season sometimes moves.
Last night, from the windows at the top of our house, I saw blue-black thunderheads far down the valley, and white curtains of rain. Rapidly, dead leaves blew against the glass, and handfuls of hail.
This is the morning for the other poem the kids especially liked, about a rain-glazed red wheelbarrow and white chickens.
2 thoughts on “Black-Blue, Turquoise-Blue”
I have to ask why color’s always
In the poems we write
I guess we paint with words and color
Makes our words more bright!