Spring Is Here Again

Poem By Elizabeth B. Arney

Winter has passed and spring is here again.
Instead of snow and ice, there is soft falling rain.
Warm breezes blowing make the air smell sweet.
Then the sun shines down its mild gentle heat.

Winter has passed and spring is here again.
How pleasant to hear the robin's sweet refrain.
Trees are in blossom, flowers blooming so fair,
And green grass growing on lawns everywhere.

Winter has passed and spring is here again.
Inside games over, children play on the lawn.
Folks are in their garden, impressive work to do.
The days are getting longer and the earth feels new.

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