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So High (The view from up here)

Poetry By: Km2

Probably my most family friendly, lighthearted, and happily themed piece so far. Lady Liberty even makes an appearance at the end. I wrote this earlier tonight. It took me about an hour, or hour and a half, to get it right. I think it turned out pretty nice, if I do say so, myself. I have a feeling this one will be well-received. Showing all sides of myself, if possible; my limbs branch out in many directions, though probably not as often as they should.

Submitted:Mar 13, 2013    Reads: 64    Comments: 7    Likes: 8   

Blue seas,

Green trees,

Brown ground,

Not a sound.


White clouds,

Silver mounts,

Yellow sand,

Life, at hand.


Crimson-eyed loon,

Golden-rimmed moon,

Purple mountains,

The Grandest Fountains.


Ivory keys,

Turquoise freeze,

Lavender Hills,

Giving Me Chills.


Charcoal storms,

Beige-colored swarms,

Wheat-toned fields,

Boasts incredible yields.


Olive leaves,

Azure breeze,

Ivory towers,

The prettiest flowers.


Red-brick buildings,

Sterling shillings,

Coral reefs,

Too many chiefs.


Salmon rocks,

Jadest locks,

Indigo forges,

The brightest torches.


Pinkest Babies,

Orangest Hades,

Blackest Nights,

Filled With Frights.


That's what I see,


That's the view,

From up Here.


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