The Spring Flowers


The daffodils are blooming

The frozen tundra melted overnight,

It seems Spring is here even for just

a moment, I squeal with delight!


The lilacs, they aren't blooming yet

My favorite, though it will be late May

From purple ones to white ones

They just don't want to stay


A bouquet's not complete without Lily Of The Valley

What a sweet smell they give

Without them a gardens not complete

Their once a year fragrance makes me live


The grass is starting to grow

The emerald stuff is a pain in the ass!

We all have to mow it and maintain

It's not here that long but I still dislike grass!

  • Author: Christina (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 5th, 2022 08:57
  • Comment from author about the poem: FINALLY seeing signs of Spring, a bud here, a flower there and the growing grass. Still chilly but warmer weather is ahead!
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 47
  • User favorite of this poem: Accidental Poet.


  • orchidee

    Good write C.

    • Christina8

      Thanks Steve! Have a good day!

    • Neville

      I just knew it would happen for ya .. a lovely tribute to Spring .. see all ya need is a little bit of patience and a sunny day or two ... Neville πŸ™‚

      • Christina8

        Thanks Neville...just starting to be Spring, hoping for a little bit warmer temps next week, and the sun is out!

      • Joker Light

        Nice Piece.

        • Christina8

          Thanks Joker, I appreciate it!

        • Saxon Crow

          Spring is in full bloom here. Pun intended. Glad it's finally arrived you!

          • Christina8

            Thank you! I appreciate your kind reply!!

          • Fay Slimm.

            You highlight my favourite blooms too at this time of year and spring comes a bit earlier here - - tiny but oh what a scent lily of valley gives to any bouquet - a lovely time of year Chritina and may the weather warm up for you soon.

            • Christina8

              Oh it will get warmer next week! But with us its a tug of war back and forth from warm to cold, but the 10 day forecast seems pretty steady so we'll see. Thanks for your lovely comments they are much appreciated!

            • Rozina

              What a lovely bouquet of spring flowers you gave us.

              • Christina8

                Thank you Rozina, I appreciate that!!

              • tallisman

                Happy spring Christina!

                • Christina8

                  Thank you! Happy spring to you!

                • Goldfinch60

                  I did cut the grass yesterday.
                  |The lily of the valley are out and one of the rose bushes has buds on it - Spring i here.


                  • Christina8

                    Oh you lucky devil!!! Well it gets very cold here and we get lake effect snow from lake michigan, also have to deal with the cold until it starts to warm up again. Spring will be here next week with much warmer temps and we too will have to cut the grass.

                  • Rocky Lagou

                    "The emerald stuff is a pain in the ass!" Literally golden words right here. Hehe. No but seriously what an enticing poem. Spring is HERE, and I can't wait to live in the natural paradise. Still though, mowing is kind of a pain!

                    • Christina8

                      Well, its a pain that my son has to live with....he's in charge of mowing the lawn but we've had people say it looks professionally done. Anyway, thanks for stopping by and commenting on my humble little poem! Appreciated!

                    • Accidental Poet

                      Me, I'll take the grass any day over the white stuff. Great write Christina. 😎

                      • Christina8

                        Oh agreed!! Anyday!! Thanks for the fave and the kind review, AP!

                      • SureshG

                        Freshly cut grass enliven the senses of the heart, though I totally agree as a chore it’s a bore.

                        • Christina8

                          Agreed! Thank you so much for your comment on my poem!

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