Kurt Hearth

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Blade O' Grass - Poem by Kurt Hearth

Poking out through melting snow
from thawing frozen earth.
Timidly a new life peeks
in the newness of spring.

As temperate vernal days drift by.
It drinks the rays of summer sun.
Growing tall standing strong
still velvet soft to shoeless toe.

Yet if rendered asunder
such fragrance it yields.
So subtlety sweet its gift.
Mother Nature's humble.

Blade o' grass.

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Read poems about / on: snow, summer, spring, nature, mother, sun

Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 18, 2004

Poem Edited: Monday, March 22, 2010

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