Spring's Curtsey

Spring's Curtsey

A Poem by DONNA WEBBER
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Description of the invitation of spring

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A new season
knocks at my window
Winter Winds Waltz curtain lace
inviting Springs curtsy from yonder
while stepping aside
for her grace

© 2017 DONNA WEBBER


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DONNA WEBBER
It is basically spoken word so if you read it read it from your heart

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This was unique! I liked it. It's not "normal" poetry (if there is such a thing). Which I consider a good thing. Lovely wording and imagery. I'm so used to modern poets being infatuated by the winter, and I'm no exception. So it's nice to see a good one on spring.

Posted 3 Years Ago


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This was unique! I liked it. It's not "normal" poetry (if there is such a thing). Which I consider a good thing. Lovely wording and imagery. I'm so used to modern poets being infatuated by the winter, and I'm no exception. So it's nice to see a good one on spring.

Posted 3 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on January 28, 2017
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DONNA WEBBER
DONNA WEBBER

Beverly, MA



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I love writing from deep thoughts, emotions, pensive ,at times funny . I don't know the rules of poetry and usually right as in spoken word. I've always enjoyed writing not looking for fame at times I.. more..

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