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Lunes On Spring

April 8, 2014

pad2014-snapofeature4The trees long/
Winter’s slumber have ceased and/
Sap does rise.

Feathered migrants return/
Herald’s to sing the season/
Cheeping and twittering.

Bulbs push up/
From deep underground they peek/
Leaves grow green.

The blossoms burgeon/
Riotous bursts of colorful perfumes/
Beautifying the landscape.

Rebirth of life/
Baby animals scampering all around/
Hopeful new beginnings.


In response to NaPoWriMo Day Four: Write A Lune
Lune: an English-language variation on the haiku, consisting of a three-line stanza. the first line has three words. The second line has five, and the third line has three. You can write a poem with a single stanza or link many lune-stanzas together into a unified poem.


From → Challenges, Nature, Poetry

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