The Call of Spring

Last updated: June 10, 2017 at 1:54 am

 

The Call of Spring – A Poem by Patrick Carpen

The Call of Spring - Poem by Patrick CarpenThe birds sit on the willow;

The sun  peeps from the sky.

Downstream the noisy rivers flow

And busy ants scurry by.

 

A butterfly with rainbow colors

Runs wildly as a vine.

Passing o’er the flowers

In paths of strange designs.

 

The flower trees are bending:

Smiling to the rain.

Gigantic trees are mending.

And summer dawns again.

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Mohabir
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Mohabir

I enjoy this for a longtime, since school have not seen such a poem

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Beautiful…like Wordsworth!

roopnandan singh
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roopnandan singh

lovely poem. I really enjoyed it….thx, Patrick!!!

Anil Roberts
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Anil Roberts

Beautiful poem Patrick, this poems needs a Rupununi scenery to compliment the picture

naeem
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naeem

You have made a mistake. It is not poems, but poem.

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