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The Blossoms of Spring

The Blossoms of Spring By David E. Siegel, copyright (c) 2013 How sweet are the blossoms of spring with delicate scent fill the air They truly are 'fit for a king'. Their petals are dainty and fair as I look on them with amaze with delicate scent fill the air. I quietly think as I gaze "Each different, but always the same" as I look on them with amaze. Their lives are so brief, what a shame like snowflakes that melt as you touch; Each different, but always the same. Some single, and some in a bunch but all of them fragile and soft like snowflakes that melt as you touch. Now detached from the branch and aloft How sweet are the blossoms of spring They are all of them fragile and soft They truly are 'fit for a king'. -DES April 2013

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