A late spring snow storm

A Spring stroll reveals so many secrets

The shrunken shadows no longer freeze

The sun has reached new steepness

The cool air makes way for the warm breeze

A midwest snow storm has a quick deadline

The snow tries to hide amongst the shortened shadows

The powdery blanket and the scent of pine;

The trick they play on me will soon expose

That the bright, yellow rays give up the secret

The rebirth of green is glorious

It is not only Godly, but secular in its reoccurring sequence

The green bunches of long leaves are victorious

As they burst through the dark, wet dirt

A serenade of thumping woodpeckers

As well as Chirping  Peepers give way to a concert

One season has moved aside unwillingly

The following will appear capriciously

 

 

 

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