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Debra Shiveley Welch

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Springtime
by Debra Shiveley Welch

Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The earth exhales in gratitude, at the hope of Winterís end; flowers in bloom herald the arrival of Spring.

Youth rejoices as the air warms, with the scent of daffodils, and glorious tulips stand like lovers side by side.

Birds trill their joyous song, hungry mouths stretched toward the sky, as Robin and Jay and Sparrow, renew the promise of the season, with new life.

Those of us who remember yesterday and yesterday and yesterday more, stand and stretch and warm our bones beneath Springís rejuvenating rays,

And once again our hearts lift in thankful prayer,
for another Spring is ours.

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Reviewed by Z McClure 3/5/2008
Oh this poem makes me yearn for Spring! I can smell the daffodils.
Hear the robins...You've given me a ray of Springtime in the midst of northern New York's blustery snow. For that I'm grateful to you.

-zach



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