A poem about spring break
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Spring Break - Poem by Marilyn Lott
Spring is a miraculous experience. The whole world comes alive after the winter in which it seemed that everything was dead. The world comes filled with color and the scent of delicious greenery. The world that seemed so dull and cold has come alive once again. Little did we know that beneath the cold hard ground the plants and trees were preparing for rebirth.
Don't have an account? Register Here! A time to rejuice your batteries eat alot and clog up the arteries celebrate with a little for a change now you are out of school work's range rejoice, you have a week to rest you can now sleep at your best but don't get lazy, do a little hard work now show everyone that you still know how have some fun in the soft soothing sun you'll be sad when the week is done but till then be happy, never despair again remember schoolwork to you is foreign i wish you the happiest of spring breaks have some fun, no matter what it takes. O0o0o I like this poem Can't wait for the summer time : Beautifully written. I liked the way it was full of energy and happiness. It encouraged the idea of living for today and i like that.
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For those of us in Michigan, the first day of spring is always a matter of faith. The vernal equinox is here! It was seven degrees when I left the poem on a tree at a nature center a few days before the official start of spring. Buckets hung on the sugar maple trees like fanny packs, ready to collect the sap that was purportedly rising. What makes the poem so beautiful and even more sensual is the formal structure that contains, just barely, all that desire. Each stanza has lines of syllables.
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Big ideas get me nowhere, so the fact that breaking spring feels better than cracking up is at least a start. Materials for Teachers Materials for Teachers Home. Poems for Kids. Poems for Teens. Lesson Plans. Teach this Poem.