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April Fools

Rating: 4.2
Spring. A great yellow stain.
Forsythias burst and daffodils explode.
Swallows hurry back from Mexico
and are bitten by
the laughing snows of April.


Spring, the smile
of a ninety-year old man
who can't hear a thing you say
yet keeps talking to you nonetheless.
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COMMENTS
Marvin Bell 13 December 2008
Difficult to determine whether this treacle should be classified as jejune or as infantile....
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Greenwolfe 1962 18 August 2008
I thought the purpose and the meaning were clear enough given the title to make this a poem to recommend. The creativity does not add to the clarity but it demonstrates a focus on the meaning that was important. GW62
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Slobodan Polovina 13 August 2008
Suddenly, I feel nauseous. Very nauseous.
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