Spring: A Poem
Blooms burst from nowhere,
As fragrant rain falls to the dry earth,
And golden rays before afternoon shadows,
Greet us every spring day,
So, run with me on sandy beaches,
And through vibrant fields of flowers,
Leaving the frosty winter behind us,
As we chase after lazy summer days.
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