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SPRING POEMS


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

  • 349.
    The Gippsland Hills

    The hills of Gippsland were so green but that was in September
    And songbirds piping happy songs as well I might remember
    But now the Gippsland hills are gray since sun changed the grass colour
    And though the sun shines hot today this countryside looks duller. read more »

  • 350.
    To A Buttercup

    You came up through the earth so deep and dark
    To listen to the sweet song of the lark
    And like the lark's song buttercup you bring
    The beauty we have grown to love in Spring. read more »

  • 351.
    The Sun Is Out And Shining

    The sun is out and shining and there's warmth in the breeze
    And the weather rather pleasant around 21 degrees
    And pink blossoms on the fruit trees and the wild birds chirp and sing
    on this the first day of September and of the calendar Spring. read more »

  • 352.
    An Evening In July

    The sun lights up the high paddocks nearby
    And there is a stillness in the evening sky
    Close to mid Winter yet it seems like Spring
    Yet magpie only bird that I hear sing. read more »

  • 353.
    Spring Image

    Birds pipe their territorial melodies
    On branches of the naked trees
    And Winter's o'er and Summer's near
    And pleasant youthful Spring is here. read more »

  • 354.
    It May Be Cool Back There By Clara Mountain

    It may be cool back there by Clara mountain
    Quite cool indeed for the first week of May
    Still wild cock pheasant cucks amongst the rushes
    And birds sing on the hedgerows all the day. read more »

  • 355.
    When Persephone Comes

    Narcissus embraces paper white;
    Reclaiming memories, holding tight
    To father's love; her life's delight. read more »

  • 356.
    Con The Master

    The meadows smelt of rotting hay for the farmers a disaster
    But 'we will live to see the Spring' I'm quoting Con the Master
    He scratched his gray head whilst looking towards the hill saying what's the point in complaining
    The clouds o'er Clara looking full again it looks like raining. read more »

  • 357.
    A Good Friend To Me

    The gold billed blackbird whistling upon the the garden tree
    For the past few years a good neighbour to me
    He whistles every day all through the Spring
    And his song to it has a distinctive ring. read more »

  • 358.
    THE KISS OF SPRING

    THE KISS OF SPRING

    Who are you stranger, for you have crept in
    stealthily into my world, - read more »

  • 359.
    The Nicest Season For One To Die

    The nicest Season for one to die must surely be the Spring
    When the Parklands wear their Wildflowers and song birds pipe and sing
    And young birds are chirping in their nests and the sparrows all the day
    Are busy under the house eaves weaving their nests of hay. read more »

  • 360.
    Wattle Day

    In this great Land of Australia today is Wattle Day
    And in South Gippsland in Victoria the morning sky is gray
    On the first day of September the first of the calendar Spring
    Upon the flowering wattle tree the gray butcherbird sing. read more »

New Spring Poems

  1. Spring time we call, Harold R Hunt Sr
  2. O How a Rose Does Bloom In the Spring, Greg Boatman
  3. The Cuckoo, John Rickell
  4. Haiku ' Transition ', miken newman
  5. Springtime, Anthony Raymond
  6. Listen To Me, Sharry Lee
  7. Yin & Yang, Mark Heathcote
  8. The spring, David Boyce
  9. Spring is here, Kwai Chee Low
  10. Season Family Tree, Barati Lesetlhe
  11. Spring Time, Barati Lesetlhe
  12. I Am Old The Earth Is older, Don Tiedemann
  13. Hello Spring, Ronald Chapman
  14. Wings Of Love Of Two, sallam yassin
  15. Cherry Blossom Time (Korea Regional), Ronald Chapman
  16. Goodbye Winter. Hello Spring!, Ronald Chapman
  17. Spring, Nikola Vaptsarov
  18. Picture of Perfection, Awasum Terrence
  19. Spring (Egg Timer), Dorian Petersen Potter
  20. Jasmine, mina lotfi
  21. spring, mina lotfi
  22. Spring, Piotr Andreevich Viazemsky
  23. The Trees' Dream, qin xing
  24. Spring, Robbie Brereton
  25. Red Spring, Peter S. Quinn
  26. Ornithology, Paul Geiger
  27. Dying Is Strange, Algimantas Mackus
  28. Spring Has Sprung! ! ! ! ! !, nic hillen
  29. Ode To Spring, David Whalen
  30. Spring, Timothy Charles
  31. Ushering The Spring, Amitava Sur
  32. Let Spring Come in Reality, Nirode Ray
  33. Old Loves, Sir Hossein Sabbaghi
  34. Two days past Spring, Lore Me34
  35. I Love Spring, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  36. That Pretty Spring I'm Waiting For, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  37. Wait For Spring, V P Mahur
  38. Signs Of Spring, Cassaries Johnson
  39. Wide Smiling Sun, Emmanuel George Cefai
  40. September, Aldous Huxley
  41. Good luck, gajanan mishra
  42. Inevitable, jimmy blass
  43. The Cuckoo (edited Februart 2914), John Rickell
  44. Haiku- Mars (Multiple) As A Compliment .., DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
  45. Love lost, Empty, Vast, Ivory Irving
  46. The Lost Spring, Musfiq us shaleheen
  47. Spring Arrive Soon, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  48. Spring 137, wabi sabi
  49. Spring is knocking on the door, sallam yassin
  50. Where Mockingbirds Sing all Day, Rachel Nichols
  51. Spring Came, gajanan mishra
  52. Kyrielle Sonnet: From Winter to Spring, Dr John Celes
  53. Oh Spring, Rachel Nichols
  54. Spring Time Rains, Tommy Johnson
  55. Spring Will Faithfully Come, Elia Michael
  56. Seasons, Michelle Hanes
  57. Soft Green Leaves Appear On Each Tree, Daleen Enslinstrydom
  58. COME SPRING COME, Muhammad Ishaq Abbasi
  59. Spring Flowers, Natasa Tocuc
  60. A drop of happiness, Aftab Alam
  61. Home Train xx xxx xx Original 1986 I.., Lee Mack
  62. Spring Is Back..., pakeeza rizvi
  63. Autumn cries for the Spring, Aftab Alam
  64. The Future Is Coloured, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  65. The Dove, Lento Maez
  66. Spring Fling, Ivory Strife
  67. Flew Away (Happy May P2) *, Aya Nasr
  68. Poignant Haiku, Ramesh Anand
  69. For a Free Life, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  70. Dynasties, Pierre Rausch
  71. Bride of Spring, Rose Lu ( Bing Hua )
  72. Spring Time Again ((Octaz-Rhyme), Dorian Petersen Potter
  73. Spring, Eefa Ibrahim . A
  74. Spring- Divine Glory, gajanan mishra
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