V. Jane Brummitt

(Raleigh, North Carolina, USA)

Spring


Who said spring is so very near
!tis no season or time of year
It's a state of mind I awakened this morning to dripping rain
It seared my brain as a sharp pain
What a state of mind So I covered my head and started to pout
But was it the rain or a little shout
Oh! What a state of mind Two little shouts and two little boys
One great big kite and a lot of noise
What a state of mind The kite sailed freely and the boys shouted gaily
Oh that my soul could so feel daily
Oh, wonderful state of mind

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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