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Below is the poem entitled SIGNS OF SPRING which was written by poet Curtis Moorman. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.

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The lawn is riddled with robins
A bevy of bluebirds too
Finches on the finch socks
And sparrows, more than a few

Three pairs of cardinals feeding
I count a dozen doves
A sextet of crows all cawing
Chickadees circling above

Buttercups blooming in profusion
Along the roadside, beautifully arrayed
In my lawn I see the furrows
The digging moles have made

There's a pretty bluebird couple
Building a nest in the bluebird box
And the flash I saw in the bushes
Was two kits and a mother fox

Yes, wherever I look it's Spring time
My favorite time of the year
Trees are blooming in all colors
I'm glad Spring time is here

	Curtis Moorman
	10 March 2013 

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  1. Date: 3/28/2013 7:46:00 PM
    Gorgeous one. I love the spring too. This verse brought me much happiness. Write on! Always, Laura