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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: August 8, 2021      Views: 88

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A nature poem of season change.
"Signs Of Spring" by dellsworthpoet
A day in March,
before the springtime
comes to warm earth,
dawns with brilliance.
Early crocus in snow
fill the soul with hope.
Glowing light floods
halcyon days still chilled.
I walk through fields
jacquard in brown and white.
Kirk spires soar,
limned on the horizon,
messengers of promise.
Nearby I espy,
over each bare branch,
pimple-bumps of buds.
Quietude fills my soul,
rest from winter's woes,
sense of anticipation.
Time of season change
usurps snowtime's power.
"Verily," I rejoice,
"warmth bringeth life."
Xeric weeds tower o'er
young shoots of pale green.
Zephyrs slowly warm.

Abecdarian Poem writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write an abecdarian poem, using the 26 letters of the alphabet chronologically. An abecedarian poem is a special form of an acrostic poem, in which the initial letters of the words beginning each line or stanza spell out the alphabet in order.

Author Notes
The period where season change is about to begin is always one of anticipation. It holds joy and promise. Happiest is winter ending, spring starting. Welcome to the joy.
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