Spring Breezes

Spring breezes,

have come dancing in,

sending the smells of spring –

floating through the air.

The ground so fresh,

now warm from the sun,

last melting snow,

rushes away in silver rivulets.

I rest my head,

against my mighty oak

and the smell of the bark,

tells me there’ll be –

a coat of green before long.

Spring winds,

they whisper to me,

of sunny days

and blue skies,

of rivers breaking free –

from the ice that held them still.

April showers

and May flowers,

lilacs that will be blooming.

The giddy feeling,

of walking in misty rain,

that turns into so many raindrops,

that find you dizzily dancing among them.

Soon the sun brings a rainbow,

that arches above you,

as songbirds now gather,

upon branches to sing in harmony.

Spring breezes,

mildly caress me,

there is nothing that brings more joy,

wishing that I could spread my arms

and fly along with the birds so happily.

The promise of blooming flowers,

wonderful scents everywhere,

the first to always greet me,

tulips and daffodils,

once the winter,

is finally over,

wildflowers raising their head toward the sun

and the spring breezes –

come dancing back again.

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Rasma Raisters

I am a poet and writer. I write for many different sites online. I have two published books of poems on Amazon - Poetic Thoughts Fly and On the Wings of Love.

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