Posts tagged ‘Green’

April 6, 2022


by Jem Croucher

Twelve scribing revisited; Part 3 in the Jemverse series ‘Malleable Days’

Green grass freshly mown
breathe deep smell the loam
Green shoots on the trees
sprouting now into leaves
Green fronds nature tells
there will be sun and then bluebells
Green April leaps to spring
giving life to everything

April 7, 2021

Green again

by Jem Croucher

3 of 12 in ‘The Spring series 21’ from Jemverse

Green grass freshly mown

breathe deep, smell the loam

Green shoots on the trees

sprouting now into leaves

Green fronds, nature tells

there’ll be sun and then bluebells

Green of April leaps to Spring

giving life to everything

February 28, 2021

Tri-haiku XXXII – Time’s Passage

by Jem Croucher

The last of the month
where has February gone?
already it’s March

But no complaints here
for summer’s ever closer
Warmer daytime soon

Coupled with new growth
Springtime around the corner
with grass now greener

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July 20, 2019

Tri-haiku XX (Circular Green)

by Jem Croucher

This circular green
Grown, cut back, abundant now
as summer takes hold

This circular green
A comfort true and fragrant
These summer senses

This circular green
With me, part of me, in me
I am in summer

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July 15, 2019

Sussex Fields revisited

by Jem Croucher

8 of 10 in the Jemverse ‘Sussex’ series

Sussex fields so
bright and green
nicest that I
think I’ve seen
And when the sun
breaks over hill
I think that they
are nicer still

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May 2, 2018

A Walk in Chipilly Woods

by Frank Hubeny

Green is coming.
Sacred Spring
Fulfills with fresh

Graveyards and Nurseries

Graveyards and Nurseries

September 25, 2017


by dharkanein

The only blue planet, soon going to be barren

The greens we see, tomorrow will disappear

Warmth increasing day by day swallowing the life.


August 21, 2017

The Color of Love

by Abigail Gronway

Red is the color of love? I say, No!

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July 7, 2017

Green Four

by Jem Croucher

Seven colours, seven days
and green’s the next in line
The fourth one in the rainbow
and one that’s very fine

For it speaks to me of life itself
and the good things oft bestowed
on each of us ‘most every day
from all that nature grows

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April 27, 2016


by Venkat


When leaves
    see their colors, fragrant
When flowers
    feel their blood, green

When grass
    care not to hold fruits, high
When trees
   envy not lush beds, green

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April 26, 2016


by Jem Croucher


Luxuriant this time of year
the grass is verdant green
And unless I am mistaken
looks the best it’s ever been

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April 1, 2016

Invigorating Spring – form poetry

by Colly



is plentiful in

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May 14, 2015

The green and fair

by Jem Croucher


England’s green and fair
our inspiration today
from St Martha’s Hill

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March 16, 2015


by Lakshmi

i made one as a child of ten
with tinted blues and mellow greens
heartfelt reds
and everytime i twisted it there would be
a miniature crash; a universe of patterns

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July 15, 2013

Blue, Green and White

by Venkat


Blue, green and white

Colors strike deep

Shot like arrows in the night

Linger feelings during sleep

Lounge by clear water

Quiet swans on the blue bed

Nature remains, people scatter

Best parts left unsaid

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May 31, 2013

The Great Green

by Devina

(via Pinterest)

I stand on the very edge
Of the cliff that lorded over
The lush pine forest
Like nothing I’ve never seen before
Just a plummeting step away
But I’m not like that
I’m here for the life of it all
I might as well be at the end
Of the world
An endless green horizon
Blessedly untouched
I revel in the purity
Of this emerald sea
Rippling of branches
Waving at the sky
With the wind fueling the tide

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