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Symphony in Blue

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Morning's serenade, sunlight and in shade,

Okefenokee Symphony in Blue.

Night time to the dawn, always to carry on,

finest musicians, melodies so true.


Swampland musical, by each reptile, every fowl,

insect friends chime in, as wild cat's on the prowl.

Enjoying their Okefenokee Symphony in Blue.




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Frogs and poly wogs, crickets by the gobs,

keep time in this cherished heartfelt song.

Play night's hours away, singing until day,

Are Inviting all who hear in joining along.


Swampland musical, by each reptile, every fowl,

Insect friends join in, as wildcat's on the prowl.

Enjoying Their Okefenokee Symphony in Blue.



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Night birds sing their song. as in the chorus belong,

Whippoorwill and Hoot owls, all together join in.

A perfect harmony and no better this could be,

How Nature's players now do all so blend.


Swampland musical, by each reptile, every fowl,

While insect friends all join in, wildcat's on the prowl,

Enjoying their Okefenokee Symphony in Blue.


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World's greatest orchestra, croak-croak and fa-la-la,

This night time's precious tune is to our ears.

With every note and sleepy tone, soon the night is gone,

Is now time to say goodnight to all our dears.


Swampland musical, by each reptile, every fowl,

While insects friends join in, a new day soon begins.

We've enjoyed our Okefenokee Symphony in Blue,

This Okefenokee Symphony in Blue.

© 2017 whonunuwho

Comments

whonunuwho (author) from United States on February 04, 2018:

I sometimes enjoy returning to old lyrical poetry and sensing the moods of each one. I often enjoy writing about the Blues. Seems it's always part of the news. whonu

whonunuwho (author) from United States on January 27, 2017:

I'm so glad I was born in the South for that very reason. Blessings. whonu

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on January 27, 2017:

I love listening to the night bugs sing their songs from high in the trees. I can hear the frogs croaking as I read this, whonu. Love the symphony in blue!

whonunuwho (author) from United States on January 17, 2017:

Glad you liked it my friend. Blessings to all. whonu

Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on January 16, 2017:

Really enjoyed your symphony in blue and love the art work.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on January 16, 2017:

Thank you my friend MsDora and many blessings on this fine Winter's day. whonu

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on January 16, 2017:

What a beautiful piece! The theme of nature and the mention of all those creatures create an outdoor nighttime mood. The refrain is interesting and appealing.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on January 16, 2017:

Thank you for your nice response. Blessings. whonu

Shyron E Shenko from Texas on January 15, 2017:

The symphony that nature sings for you

Of mating and living, and loving all things new

That is why they sing a serenade or two

With the music of the night.

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Beautiful art included Whonu.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on January 15, 2017:

Thank you RJ and many blessings to you and yours. whonu

Ralph Schwartz from Idaho Falls, Idaho on January 14, 2017:

Loving it - poetry about sounds is awesome - a collision of the senses where sight and sound become something altogether new and amazing.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on January 14, 2017:

Thank you my friend and blessings to you on this fine Winter's day in the States. whonu

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on January 14, 2017:

Beautiful symphony of words and artwork, whonu. Well done.

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