Spring Birds

Picture courtesy of: http://quotesgram.com/fawn-quotes/#inlXOsOStm
Picture courtesy of: http://quotesgram.com/fawn-quotes/#inlXOsOStm

 


Waking up to the blackbird’s song

a lovely sound it’s all along.

the lark it twitters right at dawn

by the edge of wood you see a fawn.

**

The breeze, it touches twig and bloom

the bees, they hum and search their room

to collect the nectar for their brood

spring is here and lifts your mood.

**

 

Carefully you watch the tree

find lizard and wren, and they both flee.

From far you hear a starling’s voice

So much spring and so much joice.

**

Bluebirds, finches, sparrows fly

argue, fight and then soar high.

They collect the very best

for their brood within the nest.

**

 

You walk and smile, sun on your skin

a soft wind in your hair and you lift your chin.

the hum, the songs, the twitter in your ear

and then you know: spring is here.

*****

(Copyright, April 2016, Aurora Jean Alexander)

 

 

Picture courtesy of: http://animals.desktopnexus.com/get/2096218/?t=q3d00tlh41bot3bmlbbi5hs4j45707b5a22dc68
Picture courtesy of: http://animals.desktopnexus.com/get/2096218/?t=q3d00tlh41bot3bmlbbi5hs4j45707b5a22dc68

 


 

 

Spring poetry

Picture courtesy of: http://globe-views.com/dreams/spring.html
Picture courtesy of: http://globe-views.com/dreams/spring.html

*

Sunbeams touch the cooled down ground

the skies turn blue, I hear the sound

of birds in trees and on the wire

the twitters which I do admire.

*

The plants turn green and so do trees

I see the wasps, flies and the bees

flying, humming to the flowers

spring time does have all these powers.

*

Word awakes and colors spear

nature seems to reappear.

I feel the warmth right on my skin

the circle of life is to begin.

*

Here I see the growing corn

there I see some babies born.

A litter full of baby cats

of dogs or rabbits, even bats.

*

It’s beautiful to look around

plants, animals and things I found.

Spring is great in every style

It makes me sing, and dance and smile.

*****

Copyright Aurora Jean Alexander, April 2015