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Gerard Manley Hopkins
Nothing is so beautiful as spring -- When weeds, in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush; Thrush's eggs look little low heavens, and thrush Th...Rate it

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Donka Kristeva
Sweet odor fills the air, where daffodils and pine enhance the morning air and larks soar in the sky. Awaken, the earth sings, a song of joy and p...Rate it

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Alfred Lord Tennyson
Birds' love and birds' song Flying here and there, Birds' songand birds' love And you with gold for hair! Birds' songand birds' love Pa...Rate it

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Ernst Toller
In spring I go to war To sing or to die. What do I care for my own troubles? Today I shatter them, laughing in pieces. Oh, Brothers, know that...Rate it

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Kurt Philip Behm
Did you not love, as flame the fire, when springtime came in view Your soul to task, no futures past —the world again anew (Villanova Pennsylvani...Rate it

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Isaac Rosenberg
I walk and wonder To hear the birds sing, Without you my lady How can there be Spring? I see the pink blossoms That slept for a year; But who could...Rate it

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Michael Fairless
Hark how the merry daffodils, Fling golden music to the hills! And how the hills send echoing down, Through wind-swept turf and moorland brown, The...Rate it

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Andrew Lang
Now the bright crocus flames, and now The slim narcissus takes the rain, And, straying o'er the mountain's brow, The daffodilies bud again. The tho...Rate it

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Henry Timrod
Spring, with that nameless pathos in the air Which dwells with all things fair, Spring, with her golden suns and silver rain, Is with us once again...Rate it

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Eliza Cook
Welcome, all hail to thee! Welcome, young Spring! Thy sun-ray is bright On the butterfly’s wing. Beauty shines forth In the blossom-...Rate it

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Francis Ledwidge
Once more the lark with song and speed Cleaves through the dawn, his hurried bars^; Fall, like the flute of Ganymede Twirling and whistling from th...Rate it

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Alice Duer Miller
'YES, Spring has come,' the grocer said, And tied a final knot of string, Rang up the change and becked his head, Elated at the breath of Spring. ...Rate it

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Anonymous Americas
Lenten ys come with love to toun{.e}, With blosmen and with bridd{.e}s roun{.e}, That al this bliss{.e} bryngeth; Dayes-ey{.e}s in th...Rate it

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Thomas Nashe
SPRING, the sweet Spring, is the year's pleasant king; Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring, Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds ...Rate it

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Edna St. Vincent Millay
To what purpose, April, do you return again? Beauty is not enough. You can no longer quiet me with the redness Of little leaves opening stickily. I...Rate it

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Samuel Johnson
Stern Winter now, by Spring repress'd Forbears the long-continued strife; And Nature, on her naked breast, Delights to catch the gales of life. No...Rate it

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Soft-littered is the new-year's lambing fold, And in the hollowed haystack at its side The shepherd lies o' night now, wakeful-eyed At the ewes'...Rate it

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Lola Ridge
A spring wind on the Bowery, Blowing the fluff of night shelters Off bedraggled garments, And agitating the gutters, that eject little spirals of v...Rate it

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Celia Thaxter
The alder by the river Shakes out her powdery curls; The willow buds in silver For little boys and girls. The little birds fly over And oh, how sw...Rate it

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William Wilfred Campbell
There dwells a spirit in the budding year- As motherhood doth beautify the face- That even lends these barren glebes a grace, And fills grey hours ...Rate it

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John Le Gay Brereton
Spring, and the wispy clouds that fade away And draw the ecstatic soul in pain to aspire In maddening flight through heaven's thin flood of fire To...Rate it

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Boris Pasternak
How many sticky buds, candle ends sprout from the branches! Steaming April. Puberty sweats from the park, and the forest’s blatantly gleaming. A n...Rate it

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Christina Georgina Rossetti
Frost-locked all the winter, Seeds, and roots, and stones of fruits, What shall make their sap ascend That they may put forth shoots? Tips of t...Rate it

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William Morris
Spring am I, too soft of heart Much to speak ere I depart: Ask the Summer-tide to prove The abundance of my love. Rate it

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Michael R. Cole
Spring is in the air do we really care, your hair is so ling it flaps in the air. Your nose it runs pollen having it’s fun, You step out side and t...Rate it

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