Prism Of Spring - In N.E.Ohio - Poem by Charlotte Gunther
Little purple cups appear in the snow
And yellow faces dance in the wood.
Then golden blazes make a fence
And cherry blossom fountains sway.
Pink fisted blooms guard magnolias
And the redbud quietly shows its place.
Bright green willows cascade the riverbank,
Shy sweet woodruff gaze starry-eyed.
Pink beauties wink in the grass
And violet Peri-winkles back,
While white pyramids rise in the meadow.
All in pre-leaf glory.
Charlotte Gunther. A Spring Prism March 2012,2017
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