The Coming of Spring

The Coming of Spring

A Poem by James Takeo Panton

Sun on my face feels good and warm
Winter is melting, and leaves no harm
Birds are singing as white disappears
Departing now with the cold and fears
Days grow longer and sun more bright
Skies are clear with coming night
Coolness still lingers but shall soon depart
Warmth now enters into my weary heart
Gentle maiden of spring, with arms open wide
Brings me close to the warmth inside
Birth now comes after long winter’s sleep
No longer frozen, it makes me weep
To see the beauty before it arrives
The world awakens and is now alive
Flowers shall bloom and grass shall grow
Leaves will appear, as winter goes
Glorious joy will now descend
Upon this land that knows no end
Hope is here, and here to stay
Sending winter’s worries away
The world is new and clean and bright
Springs comes soon with each passing night
This time shall soon come to pass
Spring is coming and will be here at last!

© 2009 James Takeo Panton

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James Takeo Panton
James Takeo Panton

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Canada

I am a 38-year old amateur and have only recently started writing some stuff. I began putting down these words around November, 2007, and discovered that I enjoyed doing this, and now I am seeing w.. more..