Poetry

A Jolly in May

By 13th October 2009December 9th, 2019No Comments

As the fledgling’s cry o’er the wood
And colour bursts from every bud
I whoop and holler with delight
Lengthening day; shortened night.

Blossom of beauty steals my voice
In praise of wonder I rejoice
Nature revealing in my sight
Lengthening day; shortened night.

With a flush of pride, I admire
Meadows pour forth in fresh attire
The noon day sun, crawls to its height
Lengthening day; shortened night.

Jan Hedger

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