Spring Morning - Poem by Lyndon Murray
The cherry trees has bloomed once more,
All red; with a radiance full of life.
Sending its branches where it pleases.
Sunshine illuminates the leaves of the trees
like the rays of a thousand suns.
The birds morning song fills the air,
with pretty butterflies in all their flair.
As the spring breeze runs through the lilies of the fields,
where the deer roam.
In the distance lies mighty mountains of strength and character,
and the winding river that runs untamed like the horses of the wild.
Simple, beautiful and free
It’s the beauty of nature on this spring morning.
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