Treasure Island

Roxanne Dubarry

(October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Welcome to Spring


And when you hear the wedding bells ring! ring!
You can listen to the little song birds sing! sing!
Welcome Welcome to Spring.
And whenever you go singing in the rain,
please don't complain.
The rain causes the flowers to bloom;
and love birds plan their honeymoons.
Do you remember the tails
about the birds and the bees?
And how your friends loved to tease
and torment you boo hoo!
But after each rain storm
the rainbows come.
Their bright colors light
up the sky better than
the fire works on the
4th of July.
So dry your eyes, true love
will come someday your
prince or princess will come.
April 3,2012

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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I decided to write a poem of the more humerous type that day.
I still watch fairy tales on television unto this day.

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