By J Ann Crowder

Spring was our birth

A season of airy hycinths and violets danced as we beheld discovery and sweetness within a genesis of life

Summer produced a jungle

A juncture, wild and spellbound by heat; we reached balmy shores, after journeying through twisting snares and biting thorns, drenching ourselves upon her angry torrents whilst searching for her calming twilight

Autumn relinquished a solemn breeze

Our skins were now bronzed with rose hues of ginger skies left behind by a fire’s brinning touch; ’tis an equinox of time when forrest trees madly ignite

In winter we rest

Our bones thus slumber in earthy sediment, bathing in her sacred minerals as we replenish a ground ripening in rebirth

A dawning tide arrives

’Tis a yearning of restorative tapestries as white canvases of winter melt behind masterpiece upon masterpiece reborn

Our journey parallels as God denotes beauty and magic in a renewal of all things

’Tis nature’s sacred promenade and God’s silent trilling upon fresh fountainheads


Ode to nature and spring. We can parallel our lives with the seasons and learn meaning and the powerful gift of renewal.

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Nelson D Reyes
about 2 years

And, The Old Man and The Duck, I had posted.

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
about 2 years

Very nice poetry friend! And thank you for liking mine!

Nelson D Reyes
about 2 years

Hi, sure miss you! And you're right on cue with "...bronzed skins with rose hues of ginger skies..." and "...God's silent trilling upon
fresh fountainheads". Lovely! Full of life!
Check out my four-season Vivaldi dance "Dancing with the Seagulls" I wrote a few months ago. This one likewise touches on the birth of each season. Also since you've been away I posted
A Blank Sheet of Paper, #Greenflash, Greenflash, and Spring Chameleons.
Fave and love. Thank you and welcome back! Yes the "check me out" picture gets you going! Nice.

Robert L. Martin
over 2 years

I Love to read your poetry again. Keep those beautiful words coming. I wrote "Ode To The Reader" a few days ago.

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
about 2 years

I'll check it out.

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
about 2 years

Thank you Robert! Always a pleasure to read yours as well.

J Ann Crowder
over 2 years

Hello friends! I've been busy and distant lately. I wish to write and read more. Please tell me what you've most recently written. I'd love to read it.

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