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Beautiful Sky
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Joseph Horatio Chant


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O beautiful sky of every hue;
Golden and purple, crimson and blue,
With some sombre lines thrown in between,
And some bright spots of emerald green.
The earth is wed to the sun it seems,
And to grace the robe of his royal bride
No pains are spared, nor a tint untried,
And thus complete it with glory gleams.

He wields his brush as an artist now;
Lo beauty glows on the earth's fair brow!
And the lovely flowers at once arise
To match the glow of the radiant skies,
The sparkling dewdrops at morn are seen,
Close nestling among the petals rare,
Like crystal studs in a maiden's hair,
Brighter than gems which adorn a queen.

 

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Joseph Horatio Chant (1837 – 1928) was born in England, but moved to Canada with his parents as a toddler. An ordained minister, Joseph’s poetry often celebrates the beauty of the natural world.

 


New comments are closed for now.
blueskies:
Much to enjoy & celebrate in this good poem. Thanks, Joseph & Jayne.
Posted 05/01/2017 04:23 PM
paradea:
Beautiful!! Glad I'm "Christianized"!!
Posted 05/01/2017 08:24 AM
Larry Schug:
The poetry of the Romantics lives on in this poem though it be Christianized.
Posted 05/01/2017 08:15 AM


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