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Diana Rosser


An English Spring Ramble


Spring is here in every new budding leaf
that flourishes beneath
this vast expansive sky of baby blue.
Wild pink cherry in blossom by the road
covers soft yellow daffodils on show,
fav'rite colours in a nursery hue.

Push'd into this expectant painted world
first lambs, tails unfurled
wobble under udders in fields of green.
Along hedgerows where I slowly amble,
deep within the ancient knotted bramble
Tree Sparrows flitter and twitter unseen.

Walking with my eyes and heart wide open
silent words unspoken,
the wayside has its own story to tell.
The wild birds' spring symphony holds me
standing here beneath the sunlit cherry
looking through branches at a clear blue sky.

Submitted: Friday, March 16, 2012
Edited: Saturday, March 17, 2012
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  • Rookie Thomas Carolan (3/24/2014 4:30:00 PM)

    that is a lovely stroll poem, First lambs, tails unfurled and right through the poem liked it and injoyed it
    thanks (Report) Reply

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