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How do I write about springtime in words
Is it in the melody of the birds

Is it in the cool breeze passing by
Is it in the way the clouds float in the sky

Alone I stand gazing over fields of rich green
Most beautiful sight I have ever seen

Trees flourishing in full bloom
Flowers, scent of nature's perfume

Wicker basket beside me
Feeling light like feathers pleasantly free

I'll pick flowers as I dance along
Humming springtime's splendid song

Hair blowing like the gentle breeze
Bare arms swinging, no more icy winter freeze

Indulging in bright sunshine hours
Swirling, twirling through vibrant flowers

Looking beyond the thriving landscape
Wishing I could fly, springtime my great escape

Hope awakening springtime sings
Chasing butterflies fluttering flapping their wings

Rejoice mother earth is born without pain
Springtime has arrived, budding hope again

©March 3, 2010 Janet Irene Griffin

No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow. — Proverb from Guinea

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