Two Days

One March morning
I stepped out
Into my day

It was dark
The air was warm
And thick with fog
Rain was falling
steadily

The next morning
Heading into
A new day

Light was dawning
The air was clear
and crisp
The moon shone
brightly

Different days
But one thing
Was the same

Birds
Were singing
A song of
Welcome to
SPRING

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9 Responses to Two Days

  1. Adrienne says:

    Spring is such a hopeful time of year and your poem captures the hopefulness.

  2. arjeha says:

    I love the sound of chirping birds in the morning. In my mind they are telling each other about their plans for the day. A happy sound.

  3. mrsday75 says:

    This is just how spring feels to me. Although we still had a lot of snow on the ground at the beginning of the week, warm temps this week are melting it quickly. You can feel the warmth in the sun when outside and boy, does it feel good!

  4. blkdrama says:

    No spring here but thanks for offering us a preview of coming attractions. Right now the wind, the snow, the rain have forced us all inside. Fire is roaring in the fireplace πŸ™‚

  5. Leigh Anne Eck says:

    Jennifer wrote about the birds today, too. And I have a slice about signs of spring ready for tomorrow. It is definitely in the air!

  6. Oh this compare and contrast is so descriptive! I can see what you saw – and hear what you heard!

  7. Love it! I noticed that big, bright moon, too…and sighed! πŸ˜‰ It is for sure feeling like spring here–and just in time for break!

  8. Ramona says:

    Signs of spring – love the hope this can bring to our hearts. I need to listen when I step outside today!

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