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Looking for Spring
by Ronald W. Hull

Saturday, March 17, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Danse Death by Kaspar Meglinger

After a volcano eruption with winter lasting more than three years...


 

Looking for Spring


Looking for spring after all this time,
to see the green grass sprout from the slime,
of dead vegetation, so filthy with grime.

To see the wildflowers, burst into view,
transforming the dreary with colorful hue,
beside the still waters, reflecting the blue.

Sky above, be no longer so dark,
Sun, please break through and mark,
the advent of spring and the song of the lark.

Before it's too late and there's none of us left,
we've seen enough violence, hatred and death,
we've seen enough till we breathe our last breath.

Now, the sunshine must breakthrough at last,
or the human race will become a thing of the past,
to the last man standing with a bone in his grasp.

We've had enough of cold, dead, red meat,
we long for the plants to stop their retreat,
we long for something healthy and decent to eat.

We long for to herald a new bright shining day,
and break through this gloom as we pine a way,
with its clouds creased forehead still held at bay.

From the nightfall that came and won't go away,
please spring, come back… come back today.

Copyright 2012 © Ronald W. Hull

3/15/12
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Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 5/18/2012
This is one of my favorite times of the year. Who could not LOVE SPRING. Thank you Ron for posting a reminder of appreciation for this lovely time...Well written indeed...
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 4/6/2012
Mankind should wake up just as the spring awakens with such beauty. We all need a bit of the spring! ~Best, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Michael Jones 4/1/2012
This poem makes me cry because if we don't love more Spring ceasing to be is possible. Thanks for the wake up call and your insight. This is a magnificent piece of poetry.
Reviewed by Joel Sattler 3/25/2012
Spring sprang sprung!

Flowers all over da place!
Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/25/2012
Ron, your poem and intro give me a renewed appreciation for a favorite time of the year, spring. Three years without spring, what an emotional low that must be. Volcanic ash a mysterious villain to the ancients who had to endure its blanketing effect, blocking out the sunlight. Kate's appraisal of having to contend with those conditions are in line with my perceptions. No thank you! I wish you peace and love my dear friend, Jon Michael
Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 3/21/2012
nice poem, Ron. It suits the painting by Kaspar Meglinger. I thought they were ancient Greek heroes but then I saw they were skeletons. Cheers
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 3/21/2012
Ron,

So beautiful how you turned what looked like the changing of seasons to praying for hope for Man. Great write.

Mary
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/21/2012
Especially with your brief word of introduction, Ron, I'm exceptionally moved by this.... This is no ordinary spring following no ordinary winter... Pardon my iggorance, but does this refer to an historic event - like the volcano eruption in the mid 1800s which created darkness over Europe for a great many months? You really take me there in your verses and I'm horrified; there's no way I could survive, I'm sure. Drought I can get my head round - but not this! Thank you for making me think and for conjuring this scenario with such dread. xx
Reviewed by Z McClure 3/20/2012
God has ordained each Spring begin...
Wonderful poem Ronald! Really enjoyed.

`Z.B.McClure
Reviewed by Laura Fall 3/20/2012
Marvelous poetry for spring to come as here in Ohio we have had an early start and strange as it has been in the seventies for the past few days and its nice Laura
Reviewed by Denise Nowakowski 3/20/2012
The seasons come and go
winter, summer and fall
but spring is the best way
to welcome new life for all.
A beautiful creation - thank you.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 3/19/2012
Like this, says it all.
Reviewed by Tom Hyland 3/19/2012
RON ... Well Done!
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 3/19/2012
Awesome!!! One can feel the darkness and desperation in your words,Ronald! The light is near....sigh....

Anna
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/19/2012
A marvelous poetic Ode to Spring.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/18/2012
Fantastic spring poem Ron! You really capture the essence of spring and all of its waste and wonder. Love it! ET
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 3/18/2012
Beauty of Spring is wonderful awakening essence.
Splendid writing Ron
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/18/2012
No winter did we have this year,
The world changing a great deal I fear,
Better to sit home and drink the worlds beer,
Knowing that spring & subsequent summer will of us sear...e
Reviewed by jude forese 3/18/2012
great meter and rhyme, Ron ...
Reviewed by Richard King 3/18/2012
Not familiar with the Meglinger work you mention, but this is a fine piece of writing. Dick
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 3/18/2012
This is simply superb, Ron. I, too, am ready for Spring but not so looking forward to the blistery days of Summer which will be here too soon...so today I will enjoy the Spring, water my yard and plant some seeds. My fruit trees are filled with blossoms, such a beautiful sight. Today we are expecting 50 MPH winds, I am thinking I should cover the blossoms or they may be lost. Spring is such a fickle season, yesterday 74 degrees, today 51 degrees and tomorrow they are predicting snow...Spring is so silly, always playing tricks on me.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 3/17/2012
this just carries you right through spring.
Reviewed by Asa Seeley 3/17/2012
looking for spring, in more ways than one. good work. thanks for sharing.

asa
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 3/17/2012
Absolutely lovely lyrical poem with flawless metre ~
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 3/17/2012
Ron,
once more you have strummed chords of accord.
Budd
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 3/17/2012
Requesting Spring...what a noble
gesture!! *Ronald* I'm with You!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/17/2012
Uh, Ronald, I think we're going from whatever this winter was to Hell Hath no Fury Like Summer . . .
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