A Spring Without A Winter Poem by Seamus O' Brian

A Spring Without A Winter

Rating: 5.0


In the sparkling laughter of youth
The music of carefree hearts
And the gleam of unburdened eyes
the melodious echoes of a brook
Splashing and cascading
Under the glint of an April sun
If I am quiet and listen
I can hear the memories
of a spring without a winter.

Thursday, December 8, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: childhood
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Rini Shibu 31 March 2018

Wonderful poem about the springing memories of childhood, ..10

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Hazel Durham 22 December 2017

Stunning write that creates the very essence of the freedom of childhood, I love the wonderful imagery and the true nature of a child is beautifully written with a peep back to where memories of sunlight shining always as no time for winter, only time to play!

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Bill Cantrell 08 December 2016

Very well done! ! ! Excellent descriptive poetry with an ending that changes description into real life! Wonderful work my friend, the best poem I have read today by far.

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Seamus O Brian 08 December 2016

Thank you kind sir; such praise is highly valued and certainly encouraging. I am so very glad you found it enjoyable.

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