Spring Erases Winter



Spring Erases Winter




The season of snow

Comes to an end

As all things must

Winter melts with

The residue of ice

Making way for the spring

As the budding of trees

And crocuses sprouting

Forecast the changing seasons

And the clock moving forward

As days last longer

Lighting the path

To sow in the furrows

As farmers make ready

Their crops and their calves

The joys of the springtime

With windows wide open

As freshness entices

Another repast

Of seasonal splendor

Luxurious colors

Drinking the water

From diminishing snow

Anther year’s cycle

Moving forward

As spring erases winter

With pleasures that last


Bruce Levine

Bruce Levine is a Pushcart Prize Poetry nominee, Spillwords Press Awards winner and a Featured Writer in WestWard Quarterly. Over three hundred of his works are published on over twenty-five on-line journals including Ariel Chart, Spillwords, Literary Yard; in over seventy print books including Tipton Poetry Journal, Halcyon Days and Founder’s Favourites and his shows have been produced in New York and around the country. Visit him at www.brucelevine.com 

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