Theodora (Theo) Onken

Rookie - 94 Points (Washington State)

Harbinger's Of Spring (With God As The Gardener)


It was in the crowds of early April garden's
That special thawed out selection
That survived December's snow
And it's oft' condemned predilection;
It was in these spheres of newness
In the blossoming of monumental days
That Springs ever-sensitive buds arrived
Preparing the deluge of Daffodils for May;
It was in the grey skies that sprinkled
And in the rain's ever nurturing flow
That soon embraced the sunlight and it's beams
And it's ever eflugent glow;
Yes, it was in the crowds of early April garden's
That certain thawed out selection
That, indeed, prepared the way


For God's keen and care-filled inspection;


By, Theodora Onken

March 12, 2013

Submitted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Early Signs of Spring

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