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Inch by Inch Sparrow by Finch
by +Steven Curtis Lance

Sunday, February 06, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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"I have remained alive / Enduring what seems like eternity / But I will bloom and thrive / Conquered and occupied by bird and bee / A. D. 2005"


Transcendental Sonnet #1291:

Inch by Inch Sparrow by Finch

 

I have seen the first calla lily come

And today I found the first nasturtium

As inch by inch

Sparrow by finch

Hummingbird by butterfly

Flash of sunshine in the sky

The signs of spring happen by

 

And I am so glad to see them arrive

They cannot get here fast enough for me

I have remained alive

Enduring what seems like eternity

But I will bloom and thrive

Conquered and occupied by bird and bee

A. D. 2005

 

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Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/7/2005
I can certainly emphazize with this one Steven and I may have a little longer to go to see the flowers this far up North your poem gives me hope. It is also nice to see that Silkie's art will be as immortal as her spirit.

Cheers,
Felix
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 2/6/2005
Yes Spring is a time to rejoice, when one has endured the ccccold of the winter. As we head into fall here :)

Ch'erie
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 2/6/2005
Send that early spring in the direction of NJ, it may be getting a bit warmer, 50's instead of 0's, but it is still winter and the worst "could" be yet to come...still I enjoy hearing of a touch of spring somewhere in the world...Peace thru Nature, Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 2/6/2005
Ilove this and it reminds me of the battle for me at times against cancer. Excellent artwork and the poem is wonderful too.



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