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Spring’s Waters

November 14, 2013
English: Spring's arrived! Colourful daffodils...

English: Spring’s arrived! Colourful daffodils and grape hyacinths on a Cornish hedge beside the Gannel. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Killdeer, Albert Head Lagoon, Metchosin, Near ...

Killdeer, Albert Head Lagoon, Metchosin, Near Victoria, British Columbia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The killdeer have returned,
with their piping cries,
the geese have flown past,
headed to the far North,
the snow has melted,
water is everywhere,
streams overflow their banks,
they chuckle and gurgle,
the ground is squishy soft,
you splash as you walk,
an ocean of mud fills your eyes,
the first tender sprigs,
of green grass emerge,
trees begin to leaf out,
from their Winter’s sleep,
and the perfume of blooming flowers,
lightly scents the air,
animals give birth to their young,
gentle rains patter down,
Spring is here and Her Waters carry life.

Emily

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From → Nature, Poetry, Weather

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