Ronald Chapman


Spring Is In The Air


When it is springtime, I open my windows wide.
The smells of flowers and cut grass are such a delight,
When, they come inside.


What does Spring smell like?


It smells like;
forsythia bushes,
daffodils, crocus, tulips,
cherry blossoms and cut dandelions.


What does Spring smell like?


Spring smells like;
The wonderful smells of;
laundry drying on the clothes lines,
rain,
fresh breezes,
and dirt.


All the smells of springtime,
are all so excellent, fresh, new and
such a delight!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: seasons


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