Spring – day 23 of April

It’s the season of a pleasant new warm breath as most of the dead ashen bitter frigid air is gone.

The morning radiance causes a glowing flush on all the faces that were hidden numb behind scarves and hooded masks.

The sun is spending more time getting reacquainted with the tall majestic trees coloring everything in blushing whites, bright yellows, and all shades of lively green.

The early rise of the aurora thawing the frozen still river. Its blazing heat lasting longer throughout the day causing a sparkling overflow to rush and gush out to sea.

Those beams of light raising the temperature of the glaciated hard earth, so the flowers can break through and give us more sweet beauty to walk amongst.

Making way to easily feed the bees, butterflies, and the hummingbirds ardently adding another burst of sounds and colors to this gorgeous season of spring.

Thanks dverse for the challenge.

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12 thoughts on “Spring – day 23 of April

  1. I love the details of what the sun does to nature and ourselves. Here in Sweden you can see people soaking in its rays.

  2. billgncs says:

    The sun – old friend how I missed you 🙂

  3. Grace says:

    What a beautiful bursting of colors , sounds and blooms on the spring day ~ I hope that the sun will spend more time with us 🙂

  4. Glenn Buttkus says:

    Spring, Spring, we adore thee! Wow, a terrific prose poem for sure. I like the second stanza, for it puts us right there with you, and yes, let’s feed the bees, the endangered buzzers, nectar for all!

  5. Great write! Very vivid… I love the flushing of numb faces behind scarves…. spring is def a sigh of relief!

  6. Truly.. the challenge is in the thaw of frozen winters that
    grow.. oh so cold.. in the heat of humidity that can
    wither the best curls of a midnight prose.. in
    loving life.. yet.. it’s all a moot point
    if one is a Toad
    in Florida..;)

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