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Angels' April Refrains

The angels softly sing over the frosty grasses and budding trees on newborn April's chilly morns, the enrapturing beauty of delicate and resonate songs of the old hymns, proclaiming our King's providence, as April musically sighs through the newly grown reeds. Oh, the fourth month maiden of the year, as our spring fever exhilarates our creative senses, she courts us winter weary, as we dim our hearths' fires, reading romantic poetry neath a blooming dogwood tree, and of blushing from youth's first kiss, as lovers drink full moon water from blue Mason jars, in April's showers of cherish, apple blossoms falling, as if pink snow, daffodils wave like flirtatious young women, as downy lambs bleat contentedly, children in their pastel Easter Sunday attire, hear above the colorful tulip gardens ~ angels' April refrains.

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Date: 4/15/2021 5:33:00 PM
As I read this, I couldn't help thinking: What an awesome painted mural this would make in a Church or Library corridor. Go for it, Regina! Wonderful poem, Gershon
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Regina Elliott
Date: 4/16/2021 4:53:00 AM
That's a very kind compliment, Gershon, thank you so much!!!!