What Spring Brings.

 

What Spring Brings.

 

What Spring brings


is far more worthy


than all earthly

 

things combined,


Other seasons

 

aren't as glorious

 
As Springs flowers

and greens entwined.


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Spring flings it's wings


across the frost,

 
to melt old

 

Winter's gloom,


Nudging crocuses

from their graves,


It bathes them

as they bloom


With rain and

sweet perfume.


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Spring whispers

 

in each tulip's ear,


"Wake up, you

sleepyheads,"


As daffodils burst

 

with trumpet songs,


From silent flowerbeds,

 
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While raindrops

 

drum a gutteral sound,


Birds sing, bees hum along,


there is no melody as sweet,


as the tinkling

 

of Springs song.


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What brings Spring

is the melting snow,

 
Mingling with

 

children's laughter,

 
All hearts that hope

through cold nights know,


That Spring comes ever after!



MFB III

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Debarshi Dutta 6 years ago from Calcutta

Wonderful. Quite an innocent poem!

I appreciate the innocence of this poem.

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