When Spring Calls Poem by Jayne Louise Davies

When Spring Calls

Rating: 4.3

I sit near the window,
The mountain in view,
The garden's so quiet,
Flowers are few,
For Winter's upon us,
Nature's asleep,
The Crocus are hiding,
Getting ready to leap.
Spring won't be long,
A time that I love,
When the garden awakens,
Neath the blue sky above,
The birds are impatient,
To start building their nests,
Their parenting skills, ,
Will again be put to the test,
A Blackbird stands proud,
On the roof of the shed,
He gives a loud call,
As I look ahead,
To bright sunny days,
And clear blue skies,
Can't wait for these cold Winter months to pass by.

Jayne Louise Davies

Grammar Police 22 January 2022

Winter, crocus and blackbird should not be capitalized, except at the beginning of a sentence.

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Jayne Davies 22 January 2022

Thank you for bringing that to my attention😩

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Bri Edwards 14 May 2023

I already had blessed this with five stars, Jayne. )

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Many thanks Bri : )

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Bri Edwards 14 May 2023

Is that a fairy entombed in amber? During THIS visit, I send this poem to my 'favorites', though my favorites list is full I believe; see their titles & author names in one of MY latest 'poems'.

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Bri Edwards 20 February 2023

Lovely sesttings portrayed with fine rhyming.

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Bri Edwards 14 May 2023

I see a typo in my comment! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ; (

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Bri Edwards 20 February 2023

My wife says: 'It's ok.' I give 5 stars. I don't make a habit of reading any poems to her; I've rarely shared one with her, but I thought this one would be safe to read! : ) bri

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Jayne Louise Davies 21 February 2023

Well thank you Bri : ) Pleased she liked it : ) x

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Rob Lamberton 07 February 2023

The birds are really starting to show up and sing around here. Snow is slowly melting! According to your poem Spring is on it's way! !

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Jayne Louise Davies

Jayne Louise Davies

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