Sandra Osborne


Spring Is Here! - Poem by Sandra Osborne

Spring on Sunday,
Some falling rain
Flowers and showers
Gaining fame.

Wearing shorts and
Running around
New soft grass
Upon the ground.

A sky of blue,
A river wild
I feel just like
A newborn child.

No more snow
To shovel clear
So shout the news
Spring is here!


Comments about Spring Is Here! by Sandra Osborne

  • (3/19/2005 8:38:00 AM)

    A real taste of Spring with its flow. I particularly like the third verse.
    Chrissie :)
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  • (3/19/2005 4:42:00 AM)

    Sandra, very nice poem. I believe we all could use a little rebirth here in the northern hemisphere. This as a simple and beautiful read. Thanks!
    Kenneth
    P.S. I agree with your take on my last post, the Music poem. Check out the edit. Thanks for the constructive criticism. {: -)
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  • (3/19/2005 1:40:00 AM)

    Sandra and we are getting closer to Autumn (Fall) .
    Well, when it gets too cold I will be looking for the imaginary chiffon to keep me warm.
    I am glad you are back and that our thinking is on the same wavelength.
    Missed your poems too.
    H
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  • (3/18/2005 11:53:00 PM)

    So is our Pendulum. Its starting to sway slowly in the Spring breeze. Happy to be out of the cold.

    Hugs
    Jan
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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 18, 2005



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