Amber Hatfield

(July 10,1991 / harlan, Iowa)

Spring


Spring
Dogs barking
Birds chirping
Kids screaming and playing in the sun all day
End of school is coming
Spring
Lawn mower motors running
Hail tapping on the roof
Wind blowing against your face
End of school is coming
Spring
Kids are happy, anxious, and excited
Nervous for their upcoming track meet
Awaiting their first softball game
End of school is coming
Spring
The pool will soon open
The chilly weather will fade into a warm breeze
Summer will soon be here
The end of school is coming

Submitted: Thursday, November 23, 2006
Edited: Friday, November 26, 2010

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