Poetweets from Woodland Canada - Spring in the Air By Hilary Williamson (May 2017)
Seasonal verses (that I dub poetweets in this age of universal attention deficit) - Winter Blues, Spring in the Air, Summer Frolics and Fall Glory - being written for fun and also in honour of Canada's 150th birthday this year:
Snow is melting, Rainfall pelting!
Roof ice slipping, Drip, drip, dripping.
Day by day, Snow white turns grey.
Kayaks ice break, Slice down the lake
A daffodil lea Peeks out at me.
Groundhog scurries, How he hurries!
Chipmunks tear From here to there.
Squirrels fly, Tails trace the sky.
Birds nest nigh, They tweet hi-fi.
The sun breaks through; Life starts anew.
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