The Sky By Elizabeth Madox Roberts

The Sky By Elizabeth Madox Roberts I saw a shadow on the ground And heard a bluejay going by; A shadow went across the ground, And I looked up and saw the sky. It hung up on the poplar tree, But while I looked it did not stay; It gave a tiny sort of jerk […]

The Rainbow By Christina Rossetti

The Rainbow By Christina Rossetti Boats sail on the rivers, And ships sail on the seas; But clouds that sail across the sky Are prettier far than these. There are bridges on the rivers, As pretty as you please; But the bow that bridges heaven, And overtops the trees, And builds a road from earth […]

The Night Sky By Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts

The Night Sky By Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts O deep of Heaven, ‘t is thou alone art boundless, ‘T is thou alone our balance shall not weigh, ‘T is thou alone our fathom-line finds soundless,— Whose infinite our finite must obey! Through thy blue realms and down thy starry reaches Thought voyages forth beyond […]

Secrets By Emily Dickinson

Secrets By Emily Dickinson The skies can’t keep their secret! They tell it to the hills — The hills just tell the orchards — And they the daffodils! A bird, by chance, that goes that way Soft overheard the whole. If I should bribe the little bird, Who knows but she would tell? I think […]

To The Northern Lights By Isaac Gray Blanchard

To The Northern Lights By Isaac Gray Blanchard Ye gorgeous visions of the northern sky, Mysterious and sublime! Who lit your brilliant lights on high? Stream ye alone in idle revelry Above our cloudy clime, Without an aim, or nature, more Than mortal vision can explore? Or have ye some high, unknown ministry? Whence sprang […]

Ô Beautiful Sky By Oceane Malongo

Ô Beautiful Sky By Oceane Malongo I see the sky fully of stars, It’s so beautiful, beautiful and beautiful. There is no word to describe, This subtle beauty of the sky. Ô beautiful sky, With the infinite stars that decorate you, Giving me feeling of joy, Inviting me to seek freedom. Oh yes I feel […]

Northern Lights By Amos Russel Wells

Northern Lights By Amos Russel Wells Ghosts of dead rainbows dancing through the sky, All heaven quivering to their noiseless feet, Hand held in hand in eager circles fleet, Sharp phalanxes that pierce, and darts that fly, And ranks that shiver up to where on high Spirits of light and ghosts of color meet In […]

Look Up To The Sky By Reshmi Sudhakumar

Look Up To The Sky By Reshmi Sudhakumar Look up to the sky, Unfold your wings to fly high, like the eagle soars above the storm, let your heart transcend the storm of life. Sigh! Chase your dream, which is life’s cream. don’t forget, satisfaction is your target. Be gleeful throughout the day, Make an […]

The Skies By William Cullen Bryant

The Skies By William Cullen Bryant Ay! gloriously thou standest there, Beautiful, boundless firmament! That swelling wide o’er earth and air, And round the horizon bent, With thy bright vault, and sapphire wall, Dost overhang and circle all. Far, far below thee, tall old trees Arise, and piles built up of old, And hills, whose […]

Aurora By Emily Dickinson

Aurora By Emily Dickinson Of bronze and blaze The north, to-night! So adequate its forms, So preconcerted with itself, So distant to alarms, — An unconcern so sovereign To universe, or me, It paints my simple spirit With tints of majesty, Till I take vaster attitudes, And strut upon my stem, Disdaining men and oxygen, […]