A Poem About a Wheatfield

Updated on July 9, 2018
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Charmaine is a native of the East Coast of Australia who is a freelance writer and poet who loves the unexpectedness of the Divination Arts.

A Blue Fire Ebbs through the Wheat Field
A Blue Fire Ebbs through the Wheat Field | Source

A Poem about a Wheat Field

tender fan shaped

soul of powdered blue

feathers and kisses

the pale golden wheat field

leaving soft imprints

of her gentle self

against the mauve mists

that move like sea salt waves

on the hill beyond

Light Brushes of Softness
Light Brushes of Softness | Source
Kisses... | Source

above uncertainty and expectations

the blue of the sea

sits the sky

chalicing dandelion happiness

shattering the hidden sorrow

into dust particles

for a moment in time

the sonorous wafting

of mellow bursts of passion

from the Cello nearby

deepens the pain

of unregrettable loss

charcoal streaks

that both snuff out the sun

and smashes away

at the sun dial on her face

only to leave

a thin cloud line for a grin

the flute notes

that felt a soothing peace

no longer plays

Souls of Powdered Blue
Souls of Powdered Blue | Source

the tender fan shaped

soul of powdered blue

now dives and hides

in the misty silver grey foliage

to avoid the sharp wheat stalks

a blue fire ebbs

through the wheat field

like a deep ocean tide

within the golden grain

A Deep Ocean Tide Within the Golden Grain
A Deep Ocean Tide Within the Golden Grain | Source

A Poem about a Wheat Field made me Feel

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      6 hours ago from Australia

      Nature is majestic, isnt she Bill?

      For many more moments of beauty I wish I could do more to nourish Mother Nature rather than keep extracting from her.

      Nice to have you over for a visit Bill.

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      Bill Holland 

      9 hours ago from Olympia, WA

      A few years back I was in the midst of a road trip. I was in the Midwest, in Kansas, and I had stopped to stretch my legs. I climbed a small knoll, about fifty feet in height, and on the top of that knoll I looked out over hundreds of acres of wheat. It was one of the most beautiful sights I have seen, the golden ocean of grain, swaying in a gentle breeze. Thank you for reminding me of that moment.

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      10 days ago

      Sometimes everyday things can bring us unexpected joy.

      Thanks Elijah.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      10 days ago from Washington DC

      I haven't stood in a wheat field but have walked beside some that appeared to be endless, as Eric said, in Montana but also across other plains states between the eastern and western US mountains. When they have full heads of grain before drying they sometimes have a power blue color.

      Enjoyed your description.

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      Eric Dierker 

      10 days ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Just a note: I have stood in the middle of wheat fields where they went from horizon to horizon up in Montana. Wow!

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      10 days ago from Australia

      Thankyou Eric for finding the imagery as beautiful as I saw it.

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      Eric Dierker 

      10 days ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Charmaine this is lovely. We have a patriotic song here that includes "Amber waves of grain" as a beauty to behold. Thank you.


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