Famous Nature Poem

In the poem "When April Comes" by Virna Sheard (1862 – 1943), the poet paints a vivid and enchanting picture of the arrival of April. Through the use of personification and imagery, the poem captures the essence of spring's arrival. The poet describes April with "softly shining eyes" and daffodils adorning her hair, symbolizing the renewal and beauty of the season. The arrival of April is depicted as a transformative time, as clouds dissipate and the skies clear. The poem celebrates the awakening of nature, with swallows swinging through the air and the joyful melodies of robins and bobolinks. April is portrayed as a rejuvenating force that breathes new life into the world, causing it to momentarily forget its weariness and age. Winter is depicted as a distant memory, with its bitter winds and frost belonging to the past. Overall, the poem captures the anticipation and joy associated with the arrival of April, signaling the arrival of spring and the rebirth of nature.

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When April Comes

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When April comes with softly shining eyes,
And daffodils bound in her wind-blown hair,
Oh, she will coax all clouds from out the skies,
And every day will bring some sweet surprise, --
The swallows will come swinging through the air
When April comes!

When April comes with tender smile and tear,
Dear dandelions will gild the common ways,
And at the break of morning we will hear
The piping of the robins crystal clear --
While bobolinks will whistle through the days,
When April comes!

When April comes, the world so wise and old,
Will half forget that it is worn and grey;
Winter will seem but as a tale long told --
Its bitter winds with all its frost and cold
Will be the by-gone things of yesterday,
When April comes!

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