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Mother Nature's Crowded House

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Graceful flamingo flocks prance into spring,
And trees budding green host hordes on a wing.

In pine trees, squirrels scamper to sunshine,
And dragonflies and blooms grace the tree line.

Crickets chirp whole summer nighttimes away,
Then vast herds of elk run all through midday.

Butterfly bliss means pink mass migrations,
While enthralling people teem proud nations.

Through mountain meadow, vale, forest and sea,
Spring's bursting all over, warm and carefree!
Mother Nature's Crowded House
Sunday, March 21, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: spring,nature,life,green,beautiful
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Photograph courtesy of Dimitri Houtteman from Pixabay
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What a lovely depiction of the season of spring. Captivating imagery.Top Marks!
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