Treasure Island

gideon zerah ogbonna

(24 may 1993 / nigeria)

Spring


Beautifull blossom... New birth
Birthing the fresh unsnowing river fragrance
Trees rejoice with the banyan
Children enjoy long days to play

The scent of rejuvenating leaves
As the pale green shoots begin
And the smell of snow is lost
Even miracles.... Frozen trees receive life
What a super natural revival

The time of the year for jolly and holi
Waking snoring sages
Bedridden by the cold

Season welcomed by sighs of relief
As has come the messiah; in whom we believe
Opening smiles from the flourishing sun
Excites lovers.._ honeymoon fun

Grannies feel the joy of parenthood
That the sun enjoys, relaxes, rests on
Forgetting to go down by the eve
And encroach into nights darkness time
Wow! ! More time for business too

The beauty of natures spring
Serenity in change like rennaisance
The wonders of nature at spring time

Submitted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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