Linda Winchell (still working on it! / Chicago Illinois)
Buds now bursting on tree branches
Snow has almost now melted away.
Springs arrival soon to appear
In all of its fine display.
Colors of flowers all sharing their scents
Birds building homes for their young.
Springs arrival reaching out
New life again on earth has sprung.
Warm breezes blow from far down South
Ushering in its comfort
For all new life to begin.
Pumping life forces only given by God
All life which was made by Him.
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