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Poems About: SPRING

In this page, poems on / about “spring” are listed.

  • 349.
    Spring in wild

    Colors everywhere
    flower spread all over
    fruit laden trees, singing birds
    and sound of wind blowing in trees read more »

    hemu gupta
  • 350.
    Where Have All The Robins Gone?

    Where have all the robins gone?
    They've left and gone to soon
    Their empty hollow loving nests
    are stilled against the moon read more »

    JoJo Bean
  • 351.
    Spring Cleaning Day

    Spring Cleaning Day*

    The strain of a deep winter's frost read more »

    JoJo Bean
  • 352.
    Four Seasons

    The season of Summer
    Hot air, Bright sun
    Tans and sunglasses
    Swimming, camping read more »

    BlacknessRose ...
  • 353.

    It's Spring-
    Wafting music
    And fragrance
    In the warm air. read more »

    Usha Pisharody
  • 354.
    Petals & Things

    It’s my very favorite time of year
    Yes it’s spring, oh glorious spring
    The world is alive with changes
    Like delightful petals and things read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 355.
    What Nature Brings

    Autumn leaves that turn to gold
    Flowers that are bright and bold
    Tremble in the cooling wind
    Messages the autumn sends read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 356.

    Spring Awakening
    It is nice to see you again
    Finally you are back after a hard winter
    It is too bad that you don’t stick around much longer because when Summer comes you are gone again for another year that is long read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 357.
    Hurrah! It's Spring

    Many birds are harboring in the trees,
    Hurrah! It must be Spring.
    Their presence is highly gratifying
    As the song birds begin to sing. read more »

    Joseph T. Renaldi
  • 358.
    Contemporary Surrendering

    A melting winter for your lip's
    Spring water, spring flower,
    once again Spring's desire. read more »

    Rick 'Goblette' Burton
  • 359.
    Bonnie's Triolet

    She was my Lily. Of the morning dew
    She was my fragrant rhapsody in spring. read more »

    Sarah L. Johnsen
  • 360.
    The sunlight that comes in spring

    The sunlight of spring comes amidst welcome
    It brings refreshment and calmness
    That you and I ever anticipated read more »

    Kolawole Ajao
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