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April Music
(March 2nd,1984 / USA)

April Music

Poem By s./j. goldner

I'd like to spend
April, sitting on a hill,
With a mushroom for
a parasol and violets
for a frill. And the
wind for a violin, To
play spring tunes,
And the blossoms in
the treetops, For gay
balloons. I'd like to spend
April sitting on a
mound, Watching for
the flowers to pop out
of the ground. With
their green silk stockings,
And new spring clothes,
Trying to look taller
by dancing on their toes!


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A really colourful write, enjoyed
Daintily beautiful - and comical - sentiments. Liked a lot.
Lovely poem, this is the season...
I've been looking for a good 'springtime' poem. It puts a smile on your face, imagining the serene situation. Garden of Eden-esque.
What a nice poem. It's so touching! You obviously set your standards pretty high from the very start Susan Jane! ! !