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The First Signs Of Spring

It seems I'm always taken by surprise each year to see the first crocus flowers suddenly appear in late winter, and it inspired me to write this poem. And, of course, where there are flowers, there are fairies.

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A beautiful poem for spring. Love the idea of the crocus fairy dancing on the lawn and in her element embracing the dawn.

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The Spring Crocus Fairy

© more by Anne Pollock

Published: February 19, 2021

Awake, little crocus, spring is nigh!
Let me kiss the slumber from your eye.
Come! Dance with me upon the lawn,
The night is o'er, embrace the dawn!

How long I've waited patiently
Mid changing seasons of the year;
Through sunshine, harvest, and icy blast
When last I watched through frozen tears.

Now nature stirs from winter's lair
As petals open to the rain,
And I shall hover ever near
Until you fall asleep again.

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A beautiful poem for spring. Love the idea of the crocus fairy dancing on the lawn and in her element embracing the dawn.

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