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The Maestro, Sun raises his head up in the sky, the symphony beings,
the Maestro directs his baton to the flute section and the seeds awaken
and begin to germinate in the ground, producing a soft lovely sound.
Maestro Sun now points his baton to the string instrument and the fledgling
plants stems stretch forward producing a peaceful piece, then the tambourines of the
cherry blossoms make a loud clashing entrance.
Now the baton is directed to ballerina orchid plants that ring their bells. In comes the tulips trumpets' sounding their horns in a loud showy fashion, indicative of their nature.
Maestro Sun lowers his baton and the loud sound of the trumpets slowly fades away.
Now the Maestro turns the stage over to the rain, the rain performs it's dance on the piano keys
of the earth, what a beautiful performance, one of soft melodious paradisiacal sounds, simply wonderful, the rain dance comes to a dramatic end.
Maestro Sun returns, directing his baton to the whole orchestra, motioning forcefully with his baton bringing the spring symphony to a loud CRESCENDO;
Spring has sprung in complete rhythmic harmony and awesome glory.
Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the gardener seems to be only one of the instruments, not the composer. ~Geoffrey B. Charlesworth