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Education Spring Poems | Spring Poems About Education

These Education Spring poems are examples of Spring poems about Education. These are the best examples of Education Spring poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

Details | Haiku |

Beewolf

bee hunting an art                                                                                                     line bees to tree sun or bait                                                                                             follow to honey


Details | Blank verse |

Kill Da Wabbit

                    Kill Da Wabbit
              (a low IQ non fat Haiku) 

Carrot hangs on branch

Kill da wabbit kill da wabbit

C.I.L.L....... da wabbit


Details | Free verse |

The art Of Spring

Bright blue skies on a spring day
Fulfills my horizon
Blue birds and robins pass me by

Mountain, trees, and animals
Priase God Abroad
The frsh air bring forth calmness
A quiet serene a waits my soul

Red orange and violets
Represents God's glory
Flowers slowly rise with the sun
And water crickets sings songs of glory

Fresh water arises with the scent 
Of of sweet savory of God's spices
Beach rolls in the lazy tide
I sit back and enjoy it all

The art of spring is glorification
Of all tings God created
He's the world famous artist

He


Details | Rhyme |

My Sweet Juliet Rose

             My Sweet Juliet Rose
             by Genevieve Stevens
    for my beautiful granddaughter, Juliette

Waking in the garden, 
she was the lone bloomer out today-
Peeking from behind her petals, 
she saw a few faint sunshine rays-
Soaking in their goodness,
but wanting company-
She sang a melancholy song, 
sweet with melody-

Her delicate face smiled, 
when she thought she heard a lark-
But it splashed around the birdbath, 
then flew off to the park-
“Sweet Juliet” was strong in nature- 
all roses knew that true-
But standing alone in the garden, 
was beginning to make her blue-

The garden entry was opening, 
she could hear the creaking gate,
And saw the ‘ole time gardener, 
give his head a shake,
“Well, pretty little lady,” 
he said right into her face,
“Bet you’re kind of lonely here, 
inside this rose bed place-“

Spring was making its entry, 
very late into the year-
And “Sweet Juliet,” was finding it, 
very hard to quell her fear-
She knew she’d be tended well, 
by those hired to give her care-
But usually by this time of year, 
there’d be flowers everywhere-

This quaint little English garden,
did not like the winter cold,
And “Sweet Juliet” was wondering,
how much longer her stems would hold-
Then for a moment she was startled,
when upon the ground she saw-
Cornu aspersum, a garden snail, 
looking at her in awe- 

Her beauty could not be denied, 
with cupped rosette form of old-
A popular choice for brides to be, 
 a “Sweet Juliet” bouquet to hold-
Of 15,000 cultivated varieties, 
She’s referred to as the £3 million rose,
After high costs and 14 years of breeding,
She made her debut in 2006 flower shows-

Popular in many gardens- 
with her peachy-apricot hued blooms- 
And not to go unappreciated, 
is the scent of her tea-rose perfume-
Well protected through the winter,
with burlap enclosures ‘round her rows-
She’s safe in inclement weather,
and out of reach from cold winds that blow-

It took two weeks for the chill to go,
and the clouds to float away-
“Sweet Juliet” awoke to a buzzing sound,
and knew that spring was here to stay-
She glanced at the roses around her,
and  smiled because she wasn’t alone-
For nothing gave her greater joy, 
Then having friends to share her home-


Details | I do not know? |

Spring!

 Spring into a breathing space;
 Feel delicate wild flowers brush against your feet;
 Wander into the secluded meadow;
 Stop to admire the gentle curves of Spring boughs;
 Relish them bursting with fragrant blossoms;
 Celebrate new life in abundance.