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David Lessard

Spring's Around The Corner

Spring's around the corner,
the winds are getting strong;
buds of green are sprouting,
as Nature sings her song.
Fruit trees now are budding,
soon, we'll hear the bee;
soon will come the robin,
and the cold will surely flee.
My allergies are kicking up,
the itchy eyes, the runny nose;
as the pollen drifts my way,
with scents of the fresh rose.
The sap is rising in the east,
the maple syrup's boiling;
and when we coat our pancakes,
its taste we'll be extolling.
Steps will move a bit faster,
looks of love will be a treat;
days of rain will likely fall,
and the grass will tickle feet.

Submitted: Friday, March 14, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: spring

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