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Spring is Near
by Stephanie Murray
Monday, March 17, 2008
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I hear the birds chirping
Does that mean my dear friend
Spring is near
I can't believe how I have missed you-
Lost the sunlight- Lost the cheer

Winter for me is the bleakest time of the year
All is grey-All is dead
It's hard to see the sun up ahead

Wrapped up, Wrapped in Blankets from head to toe
My vulnerability is something I don't
want to show
The cool air and chilling wind
make me feel so low

Yes- I still have a ways to go
but my dear friend Spring is almost here
The Sunshine I so Welcome is near
Glad I hear the birds chirping
It means all is not dead
I see the most beautiful sunlight
on the road up ahead.


Stephanie Murray







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Reviewed by 000 000
Pretty words of the coming sunshine! Spring tried to come to Ohio last week...then it dropped like a rock to -10 degrees and we all froze our junk off! LOL
It may possibly try again this weekend...wish us luck!
Love and sunshine, CarolHawks
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
This is a very good poem.I can not wait until Spring comes.I'm getting tired of the freezing temperatures and the snow.I like the snow,but I just hate it when it turned into ice on the sidewalks and the roads.Reading this poem makes me feel good and it makes me look forward to Spring where the weather is warm.take good care

Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Year after year the winters make me feel this way as I look forward to the Spring once again. Thank you for sharing your words Stephanie.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by David Delaney
Spring is a beautiful time here in North Queensland, Aus. Just like your poem, beautiful.

Reviewed by Mary Coe
Beautiful imagery. Enjoyed the poem.
Reviewed by Leann Marshall
Spring symbolizes all things bright and beautiful--renewal of love, life, spirit. You have certainly captured the essence of that. Thanks for sharing this, Stephanie. I hope your spring brings wonderful things.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Spring is here in Pa. Have woodpecker and mockingbird wake me up each morning outside my trailer, don't mind as always glad to wake up and enjoy my day and morning. thanks for the great poetry you write.
Reviewed by R Beeman
you have captured the dread of winter and the yearning desire for the spring. sun captured and forever burned into the blessings life brings us with a rapture of life that happens only once a year.

Reviewed by Paul Berube

Your imagery is beautiful. For every season there's a reason. The rhyme and flow of your poem shines. Peace, Love and Blessings < Paul.
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