A Spring in a Glade

Terry Trainor By Terry Trainor, 23rd Dec 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A tired man sleeps in the rich grass of a glade in a wood. Rain fall and wakes him, he stands under an oak tree watching all.

A Spring in a Glade

In a far off field are dark green blades growing and a lovely daisy nodding,
In a far off meadow a king-cup stands there, with a yellow primrose so fair,
In a far off glade there is green grass growing, there I will rest my feet,
A warm bright sun shines in the sky and a warm breeze closes my tired eyes.

The grass in the glade is sweet and long, softer better than any noble bed,
And the sweetness of the grass and the warm sun made me dream many dreams,
Then suddenly awakened by the low roar from from a waterfall from far away,
I realized it was raining and the noise was from a thousand drops on leaves.

Now standing under a tree the rain is soft and gentle, gracious and warm,
New life came into me as I stand beneath an oak tree listening to gentle winds,
The steady rain wets meadows and mead's, down through cracks in the peat,
It travels underground meeting the other raindrops to flow as spring water.

Clear springs are feeding the runners, swelling brooks making its way to rivers,
There are silver drops on the glade flowers and trees, far away faint rainbow,
The sun returns, the bright beams reflects from the wet grass as little prisms,
And a bine of crow's-foot entangled in the branch of an elder tree, glistened.

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Spring, Spring Flowers, Spring Poems, Spring Time, Spring Water, Spring Weather, Springtime

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author avatar Terry Trainor
I am a Poet.
My passion is to write about nature and the history of nature.

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author avatar LOVERME
23rd Dec 2012 (#)

I could never be able to write such lovely story- poetry ..
as you can
do teach me please
friend Terry

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author avatar Terry Trainor
23rd Dec 2012 (#)

You do not need my help my friend after reading 'Of Flowers' I will look for inspiration from you. Thanks for the feedback you have made me happy.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
23rd Dec 2012 (#)

I left a comment in your email Terry . ...But this is a wonderful poem ....and bless you and your loved ones this Christmas ...Stella

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author avatar Terry Trainor
23rd Dec 2012 (#)

Hi Stella I have read you mail and I need time to get my muddled old head around it. Thanks for the mail. It shows care, you are a very nice person.

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