Sunday, August 21, 2016

Heaven Blue--By Diane Webster--United States

Heaven Blue

Heavenly blue morning glories
yawn under rising sunshine
as dozing sunflower heads
lift and witness the sun path
across the sky east to west…

no one knows how they retrace
their stares during nightfall
to reawaken at dawn.

Afternoon busts forth over
four-o’clock blossom fireworks,
and cosmos wave hummingbird wings
as dusk descends like a dragonfly
settling on a zinnia landing pad.

Diane Webster grew up in Eastern Oregon before she moved to Colorado.  She enjoys drives in the mountains to view all the wildlife and scenery and takes amateur photographs.  Writing poetry provides a creative outlet exciting in images and phrases Diane thrives in.  Her work has appeared in The Hurricane Review, Eunoia Review, Illya's Honey, and other literary magazines.


  1. Your poem reminds me of a day in the life of a beautiful flower bed so beautifully written. Thanks

  2. Dear Diane,

    It is good to see you already have a lovely comment by JT on your beautiful poem. Welcome to Whispers! I hope you enjoy your time spent here. Best wishes with all your writing endeavors.


  3. Diane,
    Great poem! Loved it! Welcome to Whispers!
    Your new friend,
    David Fox