Spring

Spring

A Chapter by Debbie Barry
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My very first poem, written in about two minutes, in my 7th grade English class.

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Spring

Spring is sweet
with morning dew.
I like spring
and hope you do.
Spring is fresh
with rain and sun.
I think spring
is so much fun!

Dedicated to Suzanne Field with thanks.




© 2017 Debbie Barry



Author's Note

Debbie Barry
Written when I was 12. Initial reactions welcome.

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Gee
My rhyming verse is still very much akin to this simple and easily understood. Well done at such a young age

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Debbie Barry

1 Week Ago

Thanks, Gee! I'm glad you like it. It's my fiorst, so I'm especially proud of it, simplistic as it.. read more
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Ja
So simple and sweet
Compact and neat
Yet full of joy
To make one enjoy

Thank you kindly



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Debbie Barry

1 Week Ago

Thank you, Ja. That's a delightful review!
In my dark days of autumn I long for the fresh new beginnings of spring.
I really loved the innocence of this eloquently written poem.
Nice format with the menu of poetic choices too.

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Debbie Barry

1 Week Ago

Thank you, Andrè. I'm glad the poem could bring a bit of light into the autumn darkness for you.read more
Smoking Man

1 Week Ago

I will definitely read more from your collection of delightful poems.Thanks for sharing.

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Debbie Barry
Debbie Barry

Clarkston, MI



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I live with my husband in southeastern Michigan with our two cats, Mister and Goblin. We enjoy exploring history through French and Indian War re-enactment and through medieval re-enactment in the So.. more..

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