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Spring of Spring

Methmi Mandara 2007 (Matara)

New year comes for us, not in January first
Cos’ the sun moves to the zodiac of goat
Flowers smile, birds sings to cheer his journey
Ah…ha April came with laughter and harmony

Time for new years’ fest
The kookoo bird said staying at the west
With a whistle with happiness zest
I and thou know it’s the best

Blast of fire crackers with a huge sound
Happiness, purity, the nation found
Wee kids playing all around
Fireworks passing without a bound

Erabadu blossoms red and bright
Bending towards the new year sight
Sinhala spring through day and night
Time to have fun with a pillow fight

Being in the country with a year through spring
This is the best time which is the sun bring
Put on a smile and wash off the grin
Come everyone it’s time to swing

Sweet meats passing hand by hand
Drum beating waving as an Eastern band
Cleaning the shelter by sweeping the sand
New year’s princess, spring is on stand
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Submitted by Methmi on April 26, 2021

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Methmi Mandara

Methmi Mandara is a 14 years old (2021) poet who completed primary education at Sujatha Vidyalaya Nugegoda and now studies at Gothami Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo Sri Lanka. She also a writer and a translator more…

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