Joseph T. Renaldi
It's Springtime Again - Poem by Joseph T. Renaldi
Hello, again, it's Springtime.
The earth is awakening from a winter slumber,
Songbirds singing cheerfully in the rays of the sun.
Throughout the countryside - new life is emerging,
So long to the dreary winter - Spring has begun.
There is a cheerful expression on the face of children,
Their sweet laughter is merry and free,
Influenced by the colors and fragrance before them,
Proclaiming nature's wonders as the definitive key.
The transformation is spectacular on the mountain,
The grass is greener in the valley below,
Tulips unfold in the warmth of the air,
Blossoms adorn the trees as white as snow.
Daffodils stand side by side in the sun.
Fluttering in the wind during the daytime,
Happiness and excitement all around,
All because it is the enchanting Springtime.
Ecstatic is the beautiful Spring season.
The wonders of nature are a delight,
Seeing colorful azalea and blossomed trees,
How welcome this marvelous sight?
Nature sings a happy tune - it's Springtime again.
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