Spring Dream



Spring Dream

You are the dream blooming in the breeze
The light in my eyes opening my mind
You are the sunshine melting the snow away
You are my beating heart, and I am reborn.

You are Silver wings spreading across the sky
You are a symbol of my freedom unfurled in the wind
You are the new song birds sing in Spring
You are my true love, and definitely my everything.

Your sunshine medicine heals me all the way
I feel flowers rise to meet your rays
Instead of soaking your rain nourishes me
I am completely quenched by you.

All powerful love, you are the season
Secrets in sleep awaken in green
Ordinary becomes beautiful possibilities
You unfold on time as my miracle!

You are the one Nature waits to see
Giving energy so I may glow brightly
Eyes behold creation as new beauty
You blossom as love in me full color.

Copyright © 2023 Charles Edward York
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About love and spring

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Written on April 07, 2023

Submitted by charlesedwardyork on April 12, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABCX XBDD CXEX XXAX EEEF XF
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 1,086
Words 212
Stanzas 6
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 2

Charles Edward York

Charles Edward York is an author and poet activist living in Plano, Texas. He’s written over 1400 poems and published 17 books of poetry. Born in Vietnam and raised a citizen in Dallas, Texas, he writes poems that include the subjects of love and relationships, nature, social justice, including police violence against African-Americans and minorities, astronomy and others. more…

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