{Sevenling: Spring}


Spring flings herself forward
in falling blossoms, sacred
sun, singing trees.

We daisychain hands,
loop strains of song. Plant

Sometimes, the robin hums along.


Prompted by Prompt Nights with Sanaa over at A Dash of Sunny.
C’mon over and write a spring poem! 


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14 Responses to {Sevenling: Spring}

  1. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Whistles!!! ❤ ❤ This is soo beautiful 😀 Lovely the cadence and flow. Thank you so much for participating at Prompt Nights and for your constant love and support ❤ ❤

    Lots of love,

  2. Sacred sun and birds that hum. Your words hum, too. ❤

  3. Candy says:

    what a hum(dinger)!!!

  4. I loved the joyousness you brought to these words De, well done.

  5. I absolutely love the image that dances into my mind when I read “daisychain hands”. It smells of spring that dreams of summer, bright sun, and much laughter.

  6. Sumana Roy says:

    fantastic word pictures….

  7. Jae Rose says:

    I think the robin hummed here – a fine poem planted and bloomed 🙂 Today daisychain hands are the answer!

  8. Rommy says:

    This has such a nice flow to it, and really shows how the arrival of spring can make for a potent muse.

  9. Myrna Rosa says:

    Such a happy way to describe Spring.

  10. gillena says:

    luv your activities of Spring

    im happy you dropped by to read mine

    much love…

  11. ghostmmnc says:

    Sevenlings are so much fun to do, aren’t they! Love this one, De!

  12. Victoria says:

    I did a Sevenling for this prompt, too. You’ve started a contagious addiction. And it is a time of planting poems, isn’t it. Will return to Reno soon, and those robins will be humming.

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