Snow Drops - A Sign of Spring

Christine Crowley By Christine Crowley, 9th Feb 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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A poem about walking in the woods and coming upon a beautiful group of Snow Drops pushing out of the snow. A Sure Sign of Spring! I love them!

Snow Drops

Today I walked out back and saw,
A sign of spring - the cold was raw.
The snow puddles were around,
But Snow Blossoms did abound.

The snow was going into air,
The white blossoms were everywhere.
Some times I think I can't begin,
But then winter turns into Spring.

I love the seasons but I've found.
Winter lingers too long - it's around.
But I hope when robins come,
The weather's warm for every one!

Come on and begin your spring time song.
I'll sit and be where I belong!
The warmness of the spring time days,
I will love the early haze!


Flowers, Poetry, Seasons, Signs Of Spring, Snow Drops, Spring

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author avatar Christine Crowley
I am retired from a community college and working part-time. I've always loved to write and find it rewarding.

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author avatar Jules Castillo
10th Feb 2012 (#)

beautiful description of the setting of the poem!

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author avatar Zeldash
10th Feb 2012 (#)

I wish it was longer , so i could read more.

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author avatar Christine Crowley
10th Feb 2012 (#)

Thank you so much.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
11th Feb 2012 (#)

Very lovely...:0)

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author avatar Christine Crowley
11th Feb 2012 (#)

Thank you, Delicia!

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author avatar Denise O
16th Feb 2012 (#)

A lovely piece. No snow drops in Alabama this year. Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Christine Crowley
16th Feb 2012 (#)

I think snow drops like the cooler climate - but I'm not sure. Thank you.

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