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Spring Song ©

Sharon Lindeman
New York, USA
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Did you think
spring would
never come?
Did you think
rain could over-
power the sun?
Did you think
suffocating snows
would deny
The earth
bursting forth,
could the crocus die?
Would grey
always mask
the dawn?
Could silence
always quiet
the song
Of a songbird
alone on
a limb?
One bud
bursts forth,
let the song
begin.



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