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April ©

Stella
Fife, Scotland
2006

The lamb walks gently towards April
Our reward for enduring earlier blizzards
Gently closing March’s gate
Spring showers bringing greeness

Buds unfurling like babies hands
Unblemished and perfect
A cradle for blossom
Cream pink and bridal white

Before the grass grows too long
Just for a day or two
The garden is like a postcard
Or the scenery in a musical show

Grasp this day hold the dear memory
For it's scenes like this that endure
When winter chills the heart
And the land seems to lie sleeping



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