Cold and dark winter has melted as spring blooms amongst crocus, hyacinth, and daffodils. Excitement fills the air at season’s change; yet I’m always ready when the next one comes.
This is a roundabout poem done in 8, 6, 4, 4, 6 syllables per stanza and in the rhyme scheme of abccb/bcddc/cdaad/dabba. Enjoy! Seasons pass as changes abound Spring lopes in like a deer flowers blooming pollen looming sinus never feels clear. Summer sun wakes the birds, I fear. Morning song is screeching bury myContinue reading “Seasons Turn”
Buds peek through, before the flowers bloom. We see raincoats and hats, umbrellas too… Little galoshes splash through the puddles, mom makes chase, stays out of the muddle. One day cold and rainy, the next warm and sunny, snow melts, we see squirrels, birds and bunnies. Muddy messes abound as outside comes in… while amongstContinue reading “Winter to Spring”