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Come Spring

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ljrwrite
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My first attempt

Come Spring
By L. J. Renaud

When will the red breasted robin sing  ?
Winter winds whistling  is all we hear,
A sunless sky making gray days cling.
And the cold March days make us fear,  
A world of cold and ice, forever reigns.
Now dark clouds fill the sky, bringing snow.
Now dark clouds fill  the sky, with springtime rains
And the green leaves now glisten and glow ,  
Lilacs spraying fragrant smells through the day
While hares and does across meadows run,
And chipmunks play,  hoping spring will stay
And when the flowers again smile at the sun
Then a  glorious chorus of  birds will sing
Then a  glorious chorus of  birds will sing


From Poems of Spring By L.J.Renaud

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interesting poetry format, though you can add a little thought to it. you can play around with the spacing and make the spaces so that they match the poems subject
 
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