Welcome Spring Poem
Springtime sunny skies of blue,
Stay awhile we welcome you.
When your rains come pouring down,
Let them clear without a sound.
Pussy willows budding out,
Let them bloom without a doubt.
Don't bring back the ice and cold,
That harsh weather is getting old.
Dark Night In March
It was dark and dreary,
The wind was howling,
A furious scream.
As we sat one night,
The power went out,
In early evening.
We light all our candles.
To see in the dark.
To make things worse,
The dog would bark.
It Really is Spring
- IT REALLY IS SPRING
A poem to hurry spring and predict it's arrival.
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