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Snow Drops

Snow Drops

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin
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Iv'e been wanting to write a long awaited poem of coming Spring since late winter. My husband and I noticed a robin had built a nest on our front door light. No front yard work for us.

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Snow Drops



Snow drops with your snow shine,

 dear crocus, dainty grace.


Hope's -Healing-heart-song

 midst shadows cold,

 melt the wind and rain.


Tonight’s anticipation, 

of flowers coming soon,

 I sit by hearth of flame.


 Counting the days of the calendar

every worker bee arrives anew.


Fruit -Tree bouquets, 

Sing their fragrance,

 first cherry blossoms true.


Robin upon front door lantern,

built her nest,

 laid four eggs blue, 


No more waiting

 in hibernation 

Sunshine playful calls!


Peel off the layers.  

Throw off the cloak.

look to the dark soil sweet.


Days stretching longer, 

pull every creature along;

 let winter gently flee.


Faith

-Rare, fragrant, wondrous;

welcome possibilities. 


My sigh, lye’s waiting;

 to crown midst glory. 


Queen- verdant- spring,

you rule!


© 2017 Kathy Van Kurin



Author's Note

Kathy Van Kurin
Did a little editing and the punctuation may not be perfect. Took our the few smaller font lines. Thank you to those who were so kind and seemed to like it.

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' Days stretching longer, ~ pull every creature along; ~ let winter gently flee.'

Who cares about punctuation when the beauty of your words about our wonderful world is expressed this way! Your pleasure oozes from each and every line of this poem, Kathy.. and i just want to bathe in them!!

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kathy Van Kurin

4 Months Ago

I'm with you! I'll bet we would look funny walking around fussing over all the charms about us. Have.. read more
emmajoy

4 Months Ago

We could, we could... give me tall trees and pure streams instead of ginormous buildings and crammed.. read more
Kathy Van Kurin

4 Months Ago

I am so cool with that! Dreams are the best. Love them by the way.
Bless you until next poem .. read more



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Nature at its best. Winter goes to sleep and spring embraces all in it intoxicating sweetness. The contrast of thoughts are very well alternated between the big fonts and the smaller ones.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kathy Van Kurin

5 Months Ago

Shabeeh Haider,
Yes, the spring of the year just continues to charm! From the first few new s.. read more
This is an interesting poem in its format. Is there meaning in the three and two line stanzas? and the small print? Anyway, it is a lovely poem on a lovely subject. I enjoyed it.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kathy Van Kurin

5 Months Ago

Great Aunt Astri,
It was so nice to have you read my poem. The wording, format and smaller te.. read more
Great Aunt Astri

5 Months Ago

I do indeed, Kathy, and I have written many poems on just that! I'll read more of yours.
Kathy Van Kurin

5 Months Ago

Great Aunt Astri,
We are processors, we are joy finders! You have encouraged me so much with .. read more
I like the feel of this. The robins remind me of a friend who has had doves nesting in his yard for years.
To make this more powerful, play with it. Just keep the feeling.

Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kathy Van Kurin

5 Months Ago

I like your comment. It helped and playing with a few word changes was needed. Thanks much.
K.. read more
Kathy Van Kurin

5 Months Ago

I also am mesmerized by your comment about a friend's experience with doves nesting in his yard. Do .. read more
Jon Roggie

5 Months Ago

The friend lives in the Phoenix, AZ area. A pair has returned each year for about the last four yea.. read more
You did mother nature proud, Kathy! Best of luck with your baby robin's.

"Queen - verdant spring - you rule." My toes are anticipating the blades of grass as I speak. ; )

Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kathy Van Kurin

5 Months Ago

Me too. Barefoot through and through.
The emergence of those diminutive, yet oh so pretty white flowers does indeed instill the resurgence of hope, vitality and new life in all its wondrous and diverse glory!

A beautiful, image filled poetic depiction Kathy!



Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kathy Van Kurin

6 Months Ago

Thanks Tom,
What a nice review! That is, I love how you speak of the snow drops. They are my .. read more
Tom

4 Months Ago

My favourite too K.

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Tags: grace, heart, flame, cherry blossoms, sunshine, glory, spring

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