Ringing The Mellifluous Bells Of Spring

The freezing mountains of snow are almost gone

The landscape is fresh, moist, and almost green

The beautiful black birds have already set the tone

Humming songs that wake up the soul and the spleen

Ladies and gentlemen, the spring season is almost here

Pretty soon, gorgeous Mother Nature will be adorned

With a plethora of multicolored flowers. For the vivacious deer

The season to jump and fall in love, and to see new offspring

Is now. Let’s gleefully ring the exquisite bells of spring

Let’s run after the ducks. It’s fun. A new season is born

Let’s watch children happily and safely at play in the parks

Near the streets and the lakes. The chorus of nature is singing

Alleluia! Alleluia! The sweetest season is quickly approaching

And the cats are chasing the snappy squirrels around the blocks

Under the peeping eyes of the dogs that are gaily yapping

Brothers and sisters, let’s ring the symphonious bells of spring.

 

Copyright © March 2021, Hébert Logerie, all rights reserved.

Hébert Logerie is the author of several collections of poems.

 

 

This poem is about: 
Me
My community
My country
Our world

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