Spring Fling

Celebrating the emerging signs of spring!

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Spring Fling

tender seedlings

emerging from the dark

reaching toward the light

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fragile as a first kiss

cautiously stretching out

driven by deep longing

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how high will we grow

following the inner call

merging in love as one

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spring’s first blossoms

exquisite bursts of love

now quenched and replete

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May the call of love warm your heart ❀

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10 thoughts on “Spring Fling

  1. This poem is so beautiful and sweet and amazing! I adore it so much! It’s exquisite! I simply must copy it into my diary! πŸ™‚ Thank you so so much Brad!! What a beautiful start to my eventful day! πŸ™‚

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  2. I’m delighted that you like it Line. Feel free to copy and share it! πŸ™‚ I’m honored that you want to bring it with you. Hopefully I’m getting closer to living in sacred, sexy, playful union with the divine. O_o

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  3. I ventured out this afternoon and took some photos of spring’s first blossoms. Your poem is a lovely way to top off my day. It put my sense of awe into words. Thank you.

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  4. Glad we could share in some spring delight. πŸ™‚ My original delight and awe of nature led to photography which in turn led to writing. Looking for beauty is a great connector for me. to beauty and awe!

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  5. A perfect start to a new season… I love your imagery, of the reaching out being driven by deep longing. It brings me to the place of feeling that all of Life is driven by a shared and deeply felt desire. Can you write something about the nearby piles of snow melting…? I think all of Life desires that, too. πŸ™‚

    Michael

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