Alliteration Spring Poems | Alliteration Poems About Spring
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singing songs of:
Spring’s buds stringing along mine
Spring’s wisp aches for;
Copyright © James Peranteau | Year Posted 2013
I held my breath to protest the gloom of winter's frosted sprawl.
There, the eloquence of nature was surveiled as it flourished.
It became more than just a vested visit camouflaged among
Spring had lastly met winter's boasting at the gates of ultimate
Frosted glory. No more everlasting punishing winds freezing pains
And flagrant frozen flurries favored at the forefront of winter's
Cool arrogant accusations.
Nature bought and brought the best of spring thirsty and bursting
Onto the scene with peacock feathers and much fanfare. There,
The awaited train. The arrival caused heaven's screams. It's
Survival meant more to dream. Spring was everything.
The gates were thawed, the sprawl ignored all were invited to the
Ball. Finally, a grin as winter has set. It's WRATH has passed.
Spring bloomed and new was BEAU. I exhaled
Copyright © VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER | Year Posted 2015
Spring savagely starting
Seeking solace soon
Snowing swirling storming
Sun somewhere shining?
Copyright © Rick Zablocki | Year Posted 2013
Winter's winking wearily in the sun
gracefully giving ground
knowing Spring will never run
Muted, molted, monochromatic colors turn
vibrant, vivacious, victoriously
welcoming the return
Soft, subtle scents in the air
lilacs lovingly linger
in the tresses of my hair
Pink petals purling to the ground
blossoms blindly blowing
whirling all around
Daisies dancing daintily in the breeze
flowers frolicking freely
after thawing from the freeze
Daylight dilly dallies, delaying days end
encircling, enticing, enchanting
like the embrace of a friend.
*end* TDR 4-14-15
Copyright © Trudy Diane Rider | Year Posted 2016
eventually all things are forgotten
the paths converge
there is a quickening of heartbeats
and it is spring in a distant time.
Copyright © Anthony Dover | Year Posted 2016
Sense summer spring
Feel fiery flings
Trust telling truth
Pick prickly proof
Make moments mime
Rest rowdy rhymes
Seek subtle start
Heed hurting heart
Style silence still
Brave brilliance bills
Nurture neat name
Be beyond blame
Watch winter wing
Sense sublime spring
Glimpse glowing grace
Fresh fragrant face
Jumpstart joy juice
Music meets muse
12 October 2015
Copyright © Leon Enriquez | Year Posted 2015