A poem about the season of Spring

Martin King By Martin King, 13th Feb 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/186lxoko/
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A poem about the season of spring and the thoughts and dreams it brings

Springtime

Spring a season of a new dawning
The buds starting to sprout
Crisp fresh air greets the morning
The daffodils scattered all about
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Lambing season a new start in life
Fresh green grass sprouting up
Feeding all the new wildlife
With all from a daisy to buttercup
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Easter church bells are ringing
Rabbits popping out of hedgerows
The birds in the trees are singing
The sound of the river as it flows
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Miserable winter blues have broken
Snow and ice melting fast
Hibernating animals have woken
The snow has finally gone at last

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Daffodils, Lamb, Lambing, Lambs, Spring

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author avatar Martin King
I love to write about anything and everything, from poetry to short stories, at the moment I am housebound with severe sciatica, which gives me plenty of time to write. I also love to sketch portraits and wildlife which you will see during your time ...(more)

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author avatar Retired
14th Feb 2011 (#)

Indeed Spring a season of a new dawning.. nice poem

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author avatar Martin King
14th Feb 2011 (#)

thanks for the kind words

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author avatar Jerry Walch
14th Feb 2011 (#)

I printed this one out for my wife. She's chomping at the bit for spring to come to Walch's Mountain. She loves the snow until the day after Christmas and then she switches to the "I hate winter" mode.

Poetry isn't one of my fortes, but I'm sure she'll love t.

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author avatar Martin King
14th Feb 2011 (#)

I have just edited it as I have added a picture to compliment it, and the picture I painted myself, But I don't know if I have done it right, I went on to my pages clicked the edit, added Image then posted it, so now I have an extra page in the waiting list for checking etc. and still got the original up for everyone to read, is that the norm? .

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author avatar Manutana
12th Feb 2013 (#)

i m sure she'l like this

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author avatar Jerry Walch
14th Feb 2011 (#)

You probably did it correctly Martin. Once you edit a page, the edited copy goes into pending review queue for the page moderator that moderated your original page to review. The original page remains live. The same page moderator who moderated the original page, in this case, Mark Gordon Brown, will moderate the edited version and once moderated, it will replace the current version. I don't think Mark comes online this early so it may be a few hours before the new version goes live.

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author avatar Martin King
14th Feb 2011 (#)

Thank you again Jerry you have been a great help in the last two days,

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author avatar Humza
16th Feb 2011 (#)

beautifully done martin!
spring is the dawning of a new life, a new ray of hope !!!
thnx for the wow share

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author avatar Martin King
16th Feb 2011 (#)

Your welcome

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
16th Feb 2011 (#)

Martin, as you get to know the community here, you will find that people like Jerry are willing to help and offer tips.
If you havent done so already, be sure to check out some of Jerry's pages by clicking his name!
Speaking of spring - and lambs.. we have lambs.. 14 of them so far.. only 2 ewes will be having lambs in the spring.. all others are done.. it has been a lot of work, but boy are they cute!

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author avatar Martin King
16th Feb 2011 (#)

I have been getting bits and pieces of info from Jerry and one or two others, and that is why I keep putting stuff back after re-editing, Like this will be coming back because I forgot to put down that I painted the Daffodills in the spring, one more question I had a message yesterday on placing a referral at the bottom of a page and I was confused by that, so if you can help that would be great,

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author avatar Retired
23rd Feb 2011 (#)

After all the snow this winter...spring is a welcome sight. Good job.

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author avatar Martin King
23rd Feb 2011 (#)

very true thank you

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author avatar Manutana
12th Feb 2013 (#)

thank u

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author avatar Dmoni
17th Jul 2013 (#)

ass hole!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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