A Waltz Into Spring

Spring unfolds eventually,
And not in a sudden rush.
The days must warm intentionally,
The winds must die to a hush.

Not overnight, or at our whim,
But purposefully and slow,
Days of longer light begin
As goes the ice and snow.

Sooner or later, the swollen bud
Will burst, and bloom emerge,
Quietly, gently, willfully
In a scheduled, easy surge.

A deliberate plan on Nature’s part,
It’s the dance that she knows best.
Embrace each colourless day that’s left,
And patiently wait for the rest.

– © 2008 Nancy J. Bond

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Author: nancybond

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

3 thoughts on “A Waltz Into Spring”

  1. Lovely poem and beautiful photo to enhance it, or vice versa!
    I just noticed you have a new ‘Neena’, who looks like a real sweetheart. Sympathies regarding Toby.

  2. It is very nice to see crocus in bloom. I still have snow on the ground but Can’t wait to see some blooming at my place. very nice blog. I will fallow you, just to see what else will be blooming.

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