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AWAKEN ode to Spring

contained within the sun you'll find

the makings of human smiles

see them everywhere gentle lines on the worn faces

of people

as they bask in a brilliant solar amber glow

every freckle is

a strawberry kiss

a blush of radiant energy

notice how shoulders seem to lift

corners of eyes seem to crinkle

and how arms swing back-forth merrily in time

like wee-willy happy goat-feet

Spring has its own lilting harmony

tempo and skip-to-the-heart beat

so fresh-new with each quivering breeze

sending a delighted shiver through

all the awakening trees and their budding leaves

and how all the young Robins do sing-sing-sing

an Hallelujah-of-Joy

which rises embracing

the fondant clouds of heaven.

Copyright April 2nd 2016
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Meloo/Melissa A Howells
Straight from her TILT-A-WORLD
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