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  1. My Way To Relax

    • By Justyce M. Ryder
    • Published: March 2017
    The Joy Of Being Outside

    The birds sing,
    Bugs cling,
    Butterflies flutter,
    Water drips from a gutter.

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    Featured Shared Story

    Great poem on spring. I really enjoyed reading it. I love how you wrote about "birds singing."

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  3. May's Spring Days

    • By Hemakumar Nanayakkara
    • Published: December 2013

    Over the distant mountains morning breeze blows
    Humming through robust beech birch and oak trees
    Evergreen pines whistle to the tune of nippy breeze
    Group of songbirds sing delightful springtime Songs...

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  4. Winter's Ending

    • By Jrlinson
    • Published: March 2017
    New Life And The Changing Seasons

    The final throes of winter fade,
    And life is again renewed.
    The chilling bite of winter's blade is
    Broken by spring's light dew.

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  6. Song For An Old-Fashioned April

    April, April, how do I know
    whether thou be friend or foe?
    Give me sunlight, give me breath,
    Give me belief there is no death....

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  7. Hello, Spring!

    • By Sal
    • Published: December 2013
    Rhyming Spring Poem

    The cold winter has passed, and now comes spring.
    The newly hatched baby birds will cause the mother birds to sing.

    The warm sun comes out, little cherry blossoms are in bloom.

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    • Poem of the Day
    Featured Shared Story

    Springtime is a great time of joy to every person, girl and boy. The flower buds, the springy smell, are lovely springtime charms. Enjoy!

  8. Spring The Season Of Joy

    • By Rahat Sandhu
    • Published: December 2013

    The spring is here and the sun is bright,
    Everyone is playful they are not having anyone's fright.
    I could see the little birds swaying their wings,
    I could hear the pretty flowers sing....

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  10. Green Is Spring

    • By Elizabeth Y. Linn
    • Published: July 2007

    Green is spring,
    Bright, fresh, and new.

    Yellow is the sun,...

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  11. Spring

    • By Teresa Underwood
    • Published: March 2013
    Welcoming Spring After Winter Poem

    The air is cool, the breeze is light.
    The clouds in the sky are fluffy and white.

    The flowers open to show their bright faces,...

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  12. A Light Exists In Spring

    A Light exists in Spring
    Not present on the Year
    At any other period --
    When March is scarcely here

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    • Poem of the Day
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    The poem depicts supremacy of nature. Nature is beyond natural laws. It's the underlying truth that nature poets communicate to us through their writings.

  13. Nature

    • By Sherine Shah
    • Published: March 2016
    Poem About How Alive It Is When Spring Comes Around

    The morning sun shines so bright with its light.
    The owl and moon come out at night.

    I watch the birds fly high in the sky.

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