April poetry tucked away in my backpack
Driving along in my Honda CRV I see a stop sign up ahead
For some silly reason it unlocks memories that were suposedly left for dead
Memories of lost love and devastating hurt
Why would I choose to go there again after I've regained my pride and climbed out of that sinkhole dirt?
The stop sign warns of a detour coming in sight
I think I'll take that road to a new beginning. A brand new inner light
May's new moon is approaching soon
The April showers will end and May flowers will be in full bloom
The sweet aroma fills up my senses
Aha springtime invites me to open all old pent up defenses
The sun is shining through my sunroof as I drive an unknown course
I feel enthusiastic and happy. No looking back at the past. No feelings of sad remorse
P.N. A new day is dawning for me
I feel alive and free
Of course my muse hates the sun
So musey is on the run
" Good riddance " I say
Come winter musey will return for another day
But I plan to be in Florida soaking up the warm sunray
Lyric, you fill up my senses.
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I was sitting on my patio one evening just as the sun was sitting and thought about all the wonders God had given us. I quickly ran to get a pen, writing about the magnificent scene unfolding.
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