April Rush

April brings a warmer sun,
Rivers run,
Bud, undone.Paints the world with Nature’s brush,
Emerald rush,
Morning hush.
Dawn upon each blossom rests,
Blooms at best,
From winter rest.
Winds now die to gentle breeze,
Warmth, a tease.
Comes, then leaves.
Turns the sky from grey to blue,
Clouds imbue
This April hue.

© Nancy Bond


Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

23 thoughts on “April Rush”

  1. Nancy, you made me realize I missed my garden bloggers muse day post. I’ve been so busy. I really liked your photos and the poetry interspersed.~~Dee

  2. You are so creative, Nancy, and have such a wonderful way with words. I enjoyed this lovely post.

  3. Wow, poetography!

    By the way, if you want to get rid of the borders around the pictures replace “cursor:hand” with “border:0” in html.

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier (California Garden in Zone 23). I love this poem. Thanks for posting.

  5. Beautiful words and photography for April Nancy. I like your use of the ‘letterbox’ form for the photographs.

  6. This is wonderful. What a way with words and pictures you have. How well they matched. Oh, I just loved both.

  7. >>> Once again, thank you so much to everyone who took the time to leave such lovely comments. I appreciate your generous remarks so much!

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