The sun shining brilliantly,
on the grass.
Rays bounce off the remnants of the dew,
glistening like a carpet of diamonds.
The sky so blue,
It hurts to look at.
The flush of green,
emerging on the trees,
beginning to re-clothe their nakedness.
Sweet choruses fill the air.
As birds set loose from the harsh shackles of winter,
sing their song.
They celebrate with rambunctious fecundity ,
The warmth of the spring rain, renewing and cleansing,
brushing away the debris of the storm.
The first blossom peeping out of its cloak of gray,
Daffodil and earli cheer
Children play in the street,
their early evensong, speaks of the promise of summer.
They shout joyously and
play their games with unbridled vitality.
Untroubled by the dankness of winter.
These are the lessons of life.
Live, love, be.
Celebrate and give thanks.
Dwell not in the winter of discontent and hurt