Hello Spring!

Hello Spring! short poem

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Helloooooo Spring! The time clock has sprung forward,
and there is a sense of new life and resurrection everywhere

Welcome back Spring! I see your beautiful new flower blossoms waving at me
I feel your kind and warm days convincing winter chills to disappear
I smell your fresh aroma permeating the atmosphere

Come on in Spring! Come right in to my humble abode
I’ve been cold and tired of Old Man Winter anyway
And I’m really no friend to the summer’s heat

So relax, slow the pace, and stay with me
Refresh me for more that a day with your treats

I love you Spring! You are no stranger to me,
So there’s no need for you to wait in line
Let’s plan and plant our garden together,
Because you are indeed a friend of mine
Let’s do our very best to enjoy each other,
Just as in the olden times

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I am a retired minister and the husband of Barbara for 42 years. We reside in Sacramento ,Ca. We have two sons and a daughter, and we are the proud grandparents of 6 children.
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Nadeem Qazilbash

The best time of year, wish it never ends, and we as adults could experience the same joy of spring as we did as innocent children.


A beautiful Spring poem (excuse the pun) but puts a spring in ones steps after reading.


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