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The sun is out, shout; morning glee
it's out, it's out
the sun is out!

Upon a day like such, adored by much,
the waters move along happily
and the day,-
well, the day is current!

The clouds have gone, so long, till 'morrow
so long, so long,
little clouds begone!

Upon such a day, so happy and gay,
the air sweet and the wind fine,
and the day,-
well, the day is moving!

Blue skies are here, clear, today,
it's true, it's true,
the skies are blue.

Upon this day, in may, today,
we are happy, gay and must play,
and the day,-
the day is wide!

It's true, it's true,
the skies are blue.

------
Art is addicting, an addict am I,
truth is I, the truth am I, the truth a lie!


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The following comments are for "The skies are blue"
by Siah

Windchime,
Funny enough, William Blake is born on the same day as me, just 240 some years ahead.
I'm not sure if what your saying is a compliment or not, but I do like william blake's poetry.

( Posted by: Siah [Member] On: September 8, 2006 )

Setting the Earth Back on its Axis
I can feel the genuine happiness expressed in this poem, Siah, and it feels great! Way to make my day; maybe one day it will make the world's day and fighting will cease for at least one jubilant moment!

-Aubri

( Posted by: ArsPoet2789ica [Member] On: September 8, 2006 )





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