Treasure Island

Toshie Nohara


Spring Waltz


In the field of flowers
Marigold richly dressed in
Orange
Tulips standing tall in
Red
Cornflowers purple and
proper
Rape flowers ever
Yellow and lovely
All proudly waltzing
naturally
To the tune of the
sea breeze
Welcoming people of all
ages

Fathers and mothers with
children
Young lovers holding
hands
So tenderly
Strolling in the field of
dancing flowers
Enjoying the fragrance
Humming so
merrily
All in the mood to
waltz
Just like the colorful
flowers in spring
Their hearts full of joy
All feasting the spring waltz of
the year.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2014

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