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Monday, March 16, 2009

Lets Throw A Spring

Come on out lets throw a spring. Listen! The birds are beginning to sing.
Everything is fragrant, so nice to smell. Throw a penny into the wishing well.
The clouds are forming, impending rain, wildflowers blooming all down the lane.
The trees are spreading to form a shade, tablecloths have been laid.
Baskets of food filled with everything good. Small animals creeping out of the wood.
The air is fresh, no worry about a freeze. Take a deep breath, just feel the breeze.
Lets throw a spring because winter is over. Never stop searching for your four leaf clover.

Paula

14 comments:

madcobug said...

Very good Paula. Helen

Missy said...

I love it! You always do the cutest poems Ms. Paula.... I wish someone would throw a spring my way thought!

garnett109 said...

It's only 9 months till Christmas

jack69 said...

I am with you, let's throw a spring! Love the poem, can't wait for the mail. Sherry just called for it. It will be here in three days.We are in Sonny's room at the hospital. They just came in to draw blood, I hate it when they cannot hit the vein.
Hope ms Cow is Okay. I meant to ask about twisting the cow's tail. Can you get the cow to roll by twisting it's tail?
Jack

Ally Lifewithally said...

Yes Paula lets all "Throw a Spring" together ~ Loved the poem ~ Ally x

Melissa said...

Splendid idea! I agree, let's throw a SPRING!!!!

Tabby said...

I am so ready to throw a spring too! Great poem and yes the little birds are out singing today for sure. Happy St. Pats

Sheila said...

Great poem with a great idea. Let's start throwing.... :) Sheila

Kath said...

Fabulous poem Paula.Talenetd lady you are.I agree I'll like to throw a spring with everyone any day,but it's far too cold here still in my part of England Brr.Happy St patricks Day to you and yours.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

Janie said...

I love picnics and it has been FOREVER since I have been on a picnic. Need to suggest taking a lunch to the zoo. They allow everyone to bring in food and eat at the zoo. Cute poem and hope you have had a blessed St. Patrick's Day. Janie

Shirl 72 said...

Beautiful poem. I am ready to throw a Spring.
I will start tomorrow. I am ready to plant some grape tomatoes, and a few other veg. Tell
the un-named Cow I am praying for her and her
little one. Hope she is doing OK.

Shirl

Gerry said...

Well, this poem could speak for all of us. Sure sounds good to me. Even though our winters are so mild. But I love the wild flowers blooming before summer heat hits. Nice sentiments, Paula.

Kelly said...

You..my dear...are truly AWESOME. :) Thanks for this wonderful uplifting poem! Hugs, Kelly

Lori said...

Very good!