Peter S. Quinn


Spring Spring Dance


Spring spring dance
Away from all loneliness
Come here in your trance
And give of its caress
Sweet light of grace
That comes with daybreak
In shadowed tint plays
When the air is awake

Spring be now sweet
In all your endeavor
Every adore so neatly treat
From winter’s cold war
O love of heavens blue
That gives the clearest view
For light to come thru
To bring on prosper true

Spring of beginning life
Mother of seedlings low
How much you must strife
To give the morning its glow
For blooms to grow high
And increase leaves to green
Opening up sunshine sky
Where summer has been

Spring be now sweet
In all your endeavor
Every adore so neatly treat
From winter’s cold war
O love of heavens blue
That gives the clearest view
For light to come thru
To bring on prosper true

Submitted: Wednesday, March 24, 2010

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  • Rookie - 233 Points Manonton Dalan (3/24/2010 1:16:00 PM)

    nice rhyme i love flowers dance in spring. time to replenish earth with
    good things. green plants are of the good things. thanks for sharing.md (Report) Reply

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