Blizzard of petals fly from dogwood trees,
forsythia buds adorn shrubbery,
daffodils, crocus emerge from the earth;
rainbow of color proclaims spring’s rebirth.
What looked to be dead was just in repose,
hubbub of color emerges from snow.
Stamen and pistil with fat bumblebees
are busy courting, oh, wondrous orgy!
There’s spring in my step and spring in the air,
vernal equinox, time beyond compare.
We’ve perfect balance tween stars and sunlight:
Feel forces building! Persephone’s delight.
Circle the heavens as Earth rounds the sun,
our axial tilt heralds four seasons.
Glorious planet on which we abide;
Mother is calling, she beckons outside!
All on this planet share mother common,
to fair Mother Earth sing adoration!
Riot of color, cacophonous scents,
go forth and rejoice renewal’s advent.
Life in abundance, abundantly great:
Sweet Mother’s embrace reinvigorates.
Winter is over, now’s glorious spring,
sing hallelujah, let our voices ring!