Springtime and Fall Unclad branches dress the same In shadows and fog
Tag Archives: Spring
Twice a Year – A Poem
The Earth Loves Spring so much That it hurries From one hemisphere To the other, every day That it is Spring there Collecting Spring blooms To exchange for Fall’s harvest In the other hemisphere. So that hearts everywhere Feel the joy of Spring Twice every year.
Waiting – A Haiku
Waiting for Trees to grow their shade Paths wonder
Cheers to Spring – A Poem
Ah! Nothing spells Spring smells like Pineapple passionfruit guava matcha Mango coulis blueberry frost fantasia Grande cups of chai tea cream mocha. At home or shops pouring eau d’elixir. So, to Spring’s aroma, nature’s barista, “Cheers, Saluti, sláinte (Slawn-cha)“
Spring Forward – A Haiku
Falling in love With the rhythm of her heartbeat March swoons for an hour
Spring Falls – A Poem
Spring morning’s dulcet wake up call, Prompts instant recall, Of wordless love songs to Fall. No rush for Spring’s serenade to be over, Nor avoid Summer’s sweet roasting turnover. Instead, a momentary glance into nature’s seasonal refrain, Pleasantly provoked and enjoyed again and again.
Keepsake – A poem
Oh budding tulip…the keepsake of the heart, how enchanting your blossom in springtime.
A new season – A Poem
Into a new world; into a new season we spring. Where bluebells and angel’s trumpets ring. Where cheerful Song Sparrows sing, to the delight of everyone listening.
First Day of Spring
“Now the Earth with many flowers puts on her spring embroidery.” – Sappho
Private Reflection – “The deep roots…”
“The deep roots never doubt spring will come.”― Marty Rubin