Matt Mondschein

(3/16/60 / Macungie, PA.)

Snowbirds Hope


We, who live in cold winters
Have impatience
For spring comes slowly

Hopes and dreams of daffodils, tulips and lillys
Buddings open as a turtle crawls
Melt oh snow

We yearn for springs grand entrance
Bees buzzin'
Seedlings germinate
We can only hope for
Pray for
A peacful spring
Please, don't be late

Submitted: Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 04, 2011
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