Spring breaks river's icy grip, rushing, waters, icebergs slip. Upon the banks sprouts shoots of green, bursting newborns, grasses glean. Robin-ready, Earth comes alive, melting waters, rushing tides. Earth shrugs off its Winter dress, and comes alive to wakefulness. Bulrush'd bullfrog's song of love, preening bird's dance, Morning Dove. Foals first breath of new mown hay, Grape vines hint of cabernet. Dogwood blossom's pinkish hue, sweetly kissed with morning dew. Petal perfect satin faced, lifts to greet the sun's embrace. Breathe in, sweet the southern breeze, finches song, swaying trees. Cardinals red on melting white, songbirds sing the lambs' goodnight. Vermillion shades of roses bloom, budding under new Pink Moon. Milk-splashed calves dash for the fields as velvet lips touch Springtime yield.
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