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Spring Tritina Poems

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


Premium Member Books and Tea
Shelves filled with all kinds of books,
will take a plain wall and make it pretty,
this makes real beauty for you and I.


Maybe some hot rose...

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Categories: beauty, books, drink, fun,



Premium Member Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter
Mexican Petunia purple blossoms in the garden
Invite butterflies to visit and drink their rich pollen.
Herb's crushed scent lingers from gathering for dishes starred-in  

Maximilian...

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Categories: age,

Premium Member Return of Spring
Robins are scratching for worms in the grass,
Alert to everything that might do them harm
Butterflies hover nearby in the flower garden.

Soon the honeybees will come...

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Categories: bird, butterfly, spring,

Premium Member Different Ways
The valley, layered thick in fog and haze,
With cloudy, billowed whites and blanket grays,
Eager awaits the sunlight these spring days.

Well before noon, the sun, most...

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age,

Premium Member Shiver In the Wind
Winter won't submit to the rains of Spring,
constantly feathering the ground with snow
that buries any green shoots that dare show.

There are no signs Spring is...

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Categories: 10th grade, april, imagery,



Premium Member Flowers of Blue and Red
Flowers of beauty bloom blue and red 
Finally, winter's gone, good-bye Old Man Winter 
Ahh...the new warmth begins 

In the birth of spring, new life...

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Categories: flower,

A Spring Afternoon On the Farm-Tritina
An empty barn was the home of a dog;
outside buzzing bees attacked a tiny cat...
joyful was the song of a parched bird.


An hour ago, happy...

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Categories: cat, dog, lonely, nature,

Premium Member Spring Hopes
Weary souls await the coming of  spring
When life is renewed and temperatures rise
They long for warmer days and skies of blue

 A  blizzard...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: seasons,