Milda Morse

Spring Begins - Poem by Milda Morse

White magnolia blossoms
Have already fallen,
Littering the lawns.
April's Daffodils, Irises,
And crocuses,
All the towns focus.
It was covered in snow.
Soft winds blowing,
The smell of growing
Following a sought after rain.
Robin searching
For worms they're lurching.
While butterflies
Drink from flowers
Now wet from showers.
Grass is greening,
Birds are preening
Trees in bud
Cows gently chew cud.
Sheep bleating
New lambs greeting
Children flying kites,
Running to make flight.
Spring time events,
Smell new scents.
Renewal time
Making our lives sublime.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 18, 2010

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