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Ms Spring Threw A Party

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Ms Spring threw a party
On the first day of March

Mother Nature spead the table
With a magnificent cloth of green
Ms Spring called on Mr. Sunshine
To announce the invitation
To all creatures everywhere
To come join
The celebration

The birds reponded to their invitation
Quickly flying in one by one
Perching in pink and white blossomed trees
They hung like sparling ornaments
On chandeliers

The entertainment was provided
By their generosity
For they always sang for free
Whatever the occasion might be
Mr. Woodpecker was skilled with the drum
So he set the pace
As the Sparrows, the Robins and the Cardinals
Sang sweet refrains
Butterflies danced and honeybees romanced
Each wonderful moment quickly passed

Then while the evening was still young
The Crickets joined in their festivities
As they got extremly happy, and began to play
On their violins
While the Millers danced in the twilight

The party was so well attended
The chit chat was, Oh so polite
Except for a little disagreement
Between a Blue Jay and and his sweetheart
When they had a slight misunderstanding
Over something Mr. Mockingbird had said

Soon all was forgiven,
About the time it was time for all birds
To go home to their nest
That was when I looked across the meadow
And spied two young spotted white tailed deers
At play
Frolicking among a green field of hay
As the sun shone pink and yellow
And the trees stood like shadows dark and thin
In my heart I knew this party had only just began.




[This message has been edited by Septsong (edited 03-02-2000).]
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What a lovely party you have written, and even though I wasn't invited, I feel like I was there...thank you.
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Oh my, SeptSong~
This is just the 'touch of Spring'
we all need.
You've chosen the most beautiful
creatures to adorn the page.
Wonderful.  I'm just ecstatic over this.
I feel spring !
~*Marge*~


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This is beautiful, Septsong! I just saw two Blue Jays in my yard yesterday! A sure sign that Spring is on its way!! Your poem is delightful!

Denise
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