sarah briana...

(My B-day until my world came crashing down on 8/23/08 / Out in a cornfield: P)

Springtime Flowers

This poem was written for my English project and it's supposed to be a shape poem, but when I submit it, it leaves out all the spaces! I just wrote it was a regular poem now.: '(

Spring brings happiness that was hiding during the winter.
Bundles of joy bloom with exuberance and become less limper.
Flowers come out to say hello
From the long sleep under the snow.
Many iridescent hues light the ground
Attracting life from all around.
Heavenly aromas fill the air
But pick each flower with great care.
Springtime is when life starts anew,
The sweetest time I ever knew.
The sun is shining brighter with great power
Although spring brings scattered showers.
Even though its gloomy a rainbow will sometime
Come out of the darkness and a light will shine.
Soon it will be over and summer will be here,
But just wait ‘till next year.
Spring Will Come Again

Written: March 19,2009 sometime after school

Submitted: Saturday, March 28, 2009
Edited: Sunday, March 29, 2009
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