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Spring (rev.1)
by Richard A Kirsch

Sunday, March 29, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A Look at Early Spring

 Green popcorn buds from warmed limbs,

Winter's tanned grass, wind-combed, colors verdant,

Gentle, occidental zephyrs elicit "ahhs" from sun-starved skin.


Spring warms winter's blue-iced grip,

As sol's soft suffusion swaths silken tendrils,

Reaching skyward to dance in newly birthed light.


Crocuses crack still iced plots, as sun warmed beds spot green.

Buds finished their work shoving out old leaves now sprout, Presaging – Spring’s Green!

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Reviewed by Joel Sattler 1/7/2010

Try cutting it down to the bare bones.
Don't worry about it making sense.

Reviewed by randy smith 4/23/2009
Spring has arived here in arkansas. nice write
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 4/1/2009
Great poem,excellent work.I enjoy reading it,take care

Reviewed by Connie Faust 3/30/2009
I like this simple poem about Spring. It leaves no illusions, yet is full of hope...Spring indeed IS coming! Your phrases are unique...I like "winter's tanned grass"..."sun-starved skin"..."winter's blue-iced grip" one--"crocuses crack still iced plots"...there are an abundance, and I enjoyed reading them and picturing the wonderful process that takes place in March!
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