James Kent

Rookie (Akron, Ohio)

Early In The Spring - Poem by James Kent

Early in the spring
Not a leaf has struck the ground
The swallow has yet to sing
And the plowmen are no where to be found

Early in the spring
The forest stands still
And no creature dare come out
Before the sun rises o’er the hill

Early in the spring
The valley holds the morning dew
And its serenity may be captured
By only a certain few

Early in the spring
The trees turn, brown to green
Many changes occur
But few can be seen

Early in the spring
Or in the latter of fall
No matter the change of season
The evergreen stands tall

Comments about Early In The Spring by James Kent

  • Rookie Saralena Winters (4/28/2008 10:15:00 PM)

    How pretty. ^^ I really like how the words are put together. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 22, 2006

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