Spring’s Arrival


Drip, drop, the ice is melting,
The snow has kindly faded past;
Playful blades of forest green,
Gloriously awaken fast.

Hush, hush, the frigid wind chills
Are soon replaced by balmy breezes;
Meadows flourish bright with daisies,
No more snowy winter freezes.

Buzz, buzz, the bees are busy,
As every other creature too;
Lives are born, old fade away,
As God beautifully creates the new.

"Dance! Dance!" The sunbeams cry,
As they stretch forth their warming love;
Spring's arrival brings joy and hope,
To our ever faithful Lord above.

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