Spring's Arrival

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Shades of blue consume the sky,
Misshapen figures move gracefully overhead,
An invisible breath flows through the air,
Heavy clouds release tears of earthly needs
Bringing a peculiar smell of dewy drops
Followed by a vibrant colored arch way
Spanning through the sky;
Several brightly blooming buds
Sprout through the moist soil,
Rays of heat glisten through the clouds;
The trees once leafless and twiggy
Embrace flexible emerald shapes
While children scale the branches
Hand over hand
Tempting fate with every grasp;
Fresh slivers of soft grass
Attract butterflies like
Candy stores attract kids;
Perched on shyly flowering
Dreary branches
Bold robins strike killing
Blows into winter’s fading heat;
The earth has revolved yet another time
And at last spring is here.





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