A colours choir sang vibrantly

A colours choir sang vibrantly

A Poem by Gee
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Spring

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Heads bowed as if in quiet prayer
the daffodils they swayed,
whilst dappled light through dancing trees
upon the lush grass played.

A bluebell sea rolled silently
to fallow fields yet sown,
o'er which in coming warmer months
a yellow quilt be thrown.

The thin veiled mists of early morn'
that washed the world with white,
cede to the over eager sun
days ever warm and bright.

A colours choir sang vibrantly
from life that bloomed anew,
to celebrate the birth of Spring
now another winter through.


© 2018 Gee


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A lovely observation, Gee, of the springtime spectrum that encompasses a wonderfull, though fleeting time of year. Even though we have had such a horrendous winter, colour is already appearing in gardens and hedgerows, that shows the resilience of nature.

Norman

Posted 10 Months Ago


Gee

10 Months Ago

Hi Norman, hope you are well on the way back to full fitness.
Thank you for finding this and .. read more
Wow i especially loved last stanza or verse thanks for this beauty into my poetry competition good luck

Posted 1 Year Ago


Gee

1 Year Ago

Thank you Julie
No human choir could sing it better!! G, a wonderful poem of spring and all its glory!

As an aside I heard Milton Keynes mentioned on a Brit show the other night in reference to a prison. Told the wife . . . there's a fella on the WC site who lives there. Small world.
Tom

Posted 1 Year Ago


Gee

1 Year Ago

Cheers Tom.
Small world indeed. I once say by a pool on holiday in Tenerife and got chatting .. read more
This is just beautiful my friend and it flows just like spring sunshine ... light and lovely.
"A bluebell sea rolled silently
to fallow fields yet sown,
o'er which in coming warmer months
a yellow quilt be thrown."

Such lovely images ... well done you... best poem i have read in a while :)


Posted 1 Year Ago


Gee

1 Year Ago

High praise Stella, thank you. Thought I'd throw this one out again as the sun has made a long overd.. read more
Beautiful poem Gee. Uplifting and makes me long for spring. Not long to go now. Still trying to keep warm. Not quite as cold today. Have a great week-end.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


Gee

1 Year Ago

Thanks Christine. Yep a wee bit warmer, 5 weeks then off to Tenerife for a week, can't wait.
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Daffs dance for me in our garden right now > Snowdrops are gone - crocuses also
Maple tree is in bud as is the climbing rose

Birds are collecting their nest building bits

These are the pictures your poems is building in my minds eye as I read
I wish this site would accept my videos with spring flowers flowing as in our garden
Then you could add your words to it

Posted 2 Years Ago


Gee

2 Years Ago

Good morning. Thank you.
I love this time of the year, spirits are lifted by both the warming.. read more
WOW! WOW! And WOW! This is one of the best spring poems I've ever read! I love it! So many dynamic descriptions where you personify all the plants and other players. The first 2 lines of both the 1st & 2nd stanzas -- banging! Some of the best imagery I've ever read! So playful & uninhibited & originally-stated! This makes me want to romp naked in a field of wildflowers! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 2 Years Ago


Gee

2 Years Ago

Thanks Margie I’m blushing. Some times the words fall right, some times not. Glad you enjoyed.
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The true poet in you shines through brilliantly ( Sorry I have no wise remarks to add) in this poem!
( actually even when you are extremely naughty too you write perfect poetry). Loved the A colours choir sang vibrantly.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Gee

2 Years Ago

Ach, away wi ya. You'll have me believing you.
Seriously, I appreciate each and every review .. read more
Mrudula Rani

2 Years Ago

I do too, love the little chats with you( brings the best in me?????).
This is just breathtaking! i love it


Posted 2 Years Ago


Gee

2 Years Ago

Thank you Norah
A you tease! Spring seems like land far off and stormy seas to cross to get there still. But we can dream as you paint what IS to come Gee.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Gee

3 Years Ago

Thank you John

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Added on July 27, 2016
Last Updated on October 10, 2018
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Gee
Gee

Milton keynes, United Kingdom



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