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Spring Song Ii - Poem by Edith Nesbit
THE spring is here, and the long nights grow
Less bitterly cold than awhile ago;
Our rags serve their purpose now, and keep
Warmth enough in us to let us sleep.
The rain that trickles down our walls
No longer seems to freeze as it falls;
There was dust, not mud, on our feet to-day;
There's some green in a flower-pot over the way;
The sky-strip over the court's changed hue,
From dull yellow-grey to clear grey-blue;
Through our broken windows no more the storm
Laughs and shrieks as we try to keep warm,
But through dusty panes the long sunbeams peer,
For the spring is here.
Small joy the greenness and grace of spring
To grey hard lives like our own can bring.
A drowning man cares little to think
Of the lights on the waves where he soon must sink.
The greenest garments the spring can wear
Are black already with our despair:
Earth will be one with us soon--shall we care
If snow or sunshine be over us there,
Or if wintry the world be we found so drear,
Or if spring be here?
In the western half of our Christian town
The Winter only pretends to frown,
And when his undreaded rage is done,
The 'London season' they say is begun.
With wine, feast, revelling, laugh and song,
The hours rose-garlanded dance along,
The whirl of wickedness wilder grows
In this western camp of our bitter foes;
They fight with each other--the victors take
The largest share of the wealth we make;
They spend on their horses, their women, their wives,
The money wrung from our blasted lives:
It is theirs to enjoy--it is ours to pay.
Do they never dream of a reckoning day,
When the lives they have wrecked shall be counted up,
And measured the blood that has brightened their cup,
When we who have worked shall take payment due,
And they for their work shall have payment too?
Do they dream of that coming hour? Not they!
Their feet flit fast down the smooth steep way,
They see not the waiting snakes that hide
In the hothouse flowers at their life-path's side,
They know no justice, no pity, no fear--
But the spring is here!
Yes--here! In the hope we had almost lost,
That has sprung to bud after long years' frost;
In this fire in our veins that cries, 'Give youth,
Love, manhood, life, for the Right and the Truth;'
In our steady purpose, for Freedom's sake,
Through custom, privilege, 'fate,' to break;
In the brains of the thinkers, the arms of the men
Who will strike, and strike, and still strike again,
Till they cut our way to the land of flowers,
And the summer of freedom at last is ours--
In these is the spring. The winter was sore--
It is over and done, and will come no more.
The fruit will grow with the changing year,
Though only the blossoms now appear;
For the sake of the fruit the blossoms are dear,
And the spring is here--the spring is here.
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Poems About Spring
- 151. Spring Song Ii , Edith Nesbit
- 152. Sense Of Spring , John Knight
- 153. Hymn To Life , James Marcus Schuyler
- 154. Spring , Arvie Calimlim
- 155. Spring Will Be Late This Year , Lora Colon
- 156. An Early Day In May , Mark R Slaughter
- 157. Three Years Without Winter , PEF (PEF)
- 158. Spring- Divine Glory , gajanan mishra
- 159. Ushering The Spring , Amitava Sur
- 160. Cuddly Animals And Spring Flowers , Marilyn Lott
- 161. St. Patrick , Udiah (witness to Yah)
- 162. Ode To Spring , Sonya Florentino
- 163. A Freak Of Spring , Clarence Michael James Stani ..
- 164. Spring Came , gajanan mishra
- 165. I Owe A Debt To Spring , Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
- 166. Spring! , Alex Fischer
- 167. Spring Song , Charles Mackay
- 168. Spring , Jean Blewett
- 169. Coquette , Clarence Michael James Stani ..
- 170. 300 Masked Cried Vagrants Farmer , starseven0 starseven0
- 171. Spring Observations , Mark R Slaughter
- 172. Spring And Winter , Aishwarya Misra
- 173. A Spring , Jazlle D. H.
- 174. Spring , Asma Khan
- 175. A Salute To Spring...Spring Time The Bes.. , Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
- 176. Oh When Will Autumn Moon And Spring Flow.. , Li Yu
- 177. Once Upon A Spring Day , Joseph T. Renaldi
- 178. Hurry Hurry Spring , Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
- 179. Spring , Lawanna Holt
- 180. Your Winter Is My Spring , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 181. Early In The Spring , James Kent
- 182. Spring Song , Paul Laurence Dunbar
- 183. A Love Spring , Natasa Tocuc
- 184. On This Day Of Spring Original By Rabind.. , Asif Andalib
- 185. Spring Season , sherif monem
- 186. Although The Snow Is Beautiful , Lawrence S. Pertillar
- 187. Spring , Robbie Brereton
- 188. Spring Without You , Natasa Tocuc
- 189. Inspired By Issa - Spring Butterfly , john tiong chunghoo
- 190. Spring Sunshine , Ellen Ni Bheachain
- 191. A New Spring , MOHAMMAD SKATI
- 192. Lady Bug , Lawrence S. Pertillar
- 193. Gifts Of Spring , Candace Johnson
- 194. Kyrielle Sonnet: From Winter To Spring , Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar ..
- 195. Georgic 2 , Publius Vergilius Maro
- 196. Spring Spring Dance , Peter S. Quinn
- 197. Haiku #11 Spring Is Here (1) , A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
- 198. Spring Has Sprung , O Anna Niemus
- 199. I Owe A Debt To Spring Ii , Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
- 200. Spring Is Here Again , Gerry Legister
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- carpe diem