From The Blue

Poem By Mary Lyle

From the blue you appeared unforeseen,
And to the blue you have elated me in flight.
From the blue, an angel I envision you,
And how the blue casts your radiance for others to see!
From the blue it is your eyes that sparkle as jewels;
Behind this blue is where I wish to be.
From the blue, sweet wonder my heart has embraced;
To the blue it shall boundlessly escalate.
From the blue such vastness awaits;
To the blue may we soar together....

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