Brenda S. Landers
Nature's Call - Poem by Brenda S. Landers
The warmth of the newborn air . . .
Sunshine, glistening softly over the Earth below -
Children romping joyfully in the park;
Spring - oh beautiful Spring!
Venturing cautiously towards the path of the 'timely' Season. Love - In the Air; Everywhere -
God's precious creatures of Nature;
Frolicking playfully, through the budding growth
below their feet.
Preparing for the multiplicity for which HE
intended for all creatures & mankind. Embryonic blossoms begin to emerge;
Peeking shyly through the softened earth.
Chirping birds calling, ever so angelically;
For the 'Call of the Wild' has emerged with the whisper of Springtime. Ah, Spring! Nature's apology for Old Man
And it's 'quaint' introduction to the gift of Summer.
Where goest the frigid, almost unbearable days of long past?
Nature's call for Spring has finally arrived.
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