Herald Thee Beloved Poem by Anzelyne shideshe

Herald Thee Beloved

Rating: 4.7


Herald thee beloved
Thy breeze
Thy fragrant
Warm as thine presence
Bloom thee beloved
As the flowers of the Northern Hemisphere
Budding up in rejuvenation
‘Spring forth'thy existence
Thy wings, as the woken up trees
Opens thine leaves,
Skimmed on every branch

Root up and grow
Stop wilting up in common cold
Beets souping up
Asparagus souping up
Catch a spoon and thy tone
Enjoy the tastes within

Herald thy bulbs beloved
Thine variable rays of colors
To flirter our sight
For butterflies are fluttering
The blooming florals
Hence the buzzing bees
Mimicking wildly and free!

Herald thy fertility beloved
For blackbirds are breeding
In thy yard of greenery
Thine woodlands so sweet
Birds bewitchingly singing
Herald! Herald!
Be thy better tidings.

Friday, November 23, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: climate change
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Rajnish Manga 03 February 2019

Celebrating the spell-binding charms of nature. Great portrayal. Thanks & Congrats...... POTD.

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A B Faniki 06 October 2019

Nicely done. Thank for sharing such lovlely verse.

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Anzelyne Shideshe 13 December 2019

Thanks Faniki

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Anzelyne Shideshe 05 February 2019

Thanks Poem hunter for making it a Poem Of The day by a member On 2/3/2019 fellow poets I like to read your comments, compliments and critics as well.

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Prabir Gayen 05 February 2019

Herald thy fertility beloved For blackbirds are breeding In thy yard of greenery Thine woodlands so sweet Birds bewitchingly singing Herald! Herald! Be thy better tidings. Beautiful like William Shakespeare...thanks

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Anzelyne Shideshe 05 February 2019

Thanks dear poetess

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A well crafted poem. Congratulations

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Anzelyne Shideshe 05 February 2019

Thanks my fellow poet

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 03 February 2019

A lovely poem that brings out the beauty of nature. Wonderfully written. Congratulations!

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Anzelyne Shideshe 05 February 2019

Thanks for reading I appreciate

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