Spring’s Arrival


Spring is leaping into place,
As winter slowly sulks away.
Spring runs past, calling out,
"See you again next year."
She's just happy to be here.
Winter simply looks back once,
A frown upon his face,
Sad his work is over-
Now, his sister takes his place.
Spring sets to work,
Waking up the trees,
And calling to a slightly warmer breeze.
She sets the sun in its place,
No time to waste.
She quietly finishes her work,
Then she climbs into a tree.
She pokes her head out just to see
What she has done.
She smiles,
A tear runs down her face...
She wipes it away.
And giving a firm nod,
She pulls her head back in-
Using the tree to make a soft warm bed.

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