Thursday, April 27, 2017

#NPM17 - poem 27 of 30 - Spring Lion

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Poetry is the journal of a sea animal living on land, wanting to fly in the air". – Carl Sandburg

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My goal for Poetry Month: 
                                               TINY THINGS.  


Spring Lion


In April when this lion roars,
we know it’s time to open doors.
The yellow dazzles the cold away.
Children can go out to play.
No matter that we call it weed
we love to blow and blow its seed.
                  Linda Baie © all rights reserved










So Far-Tiny Things

April 1 - Two Plates - Thanksgiving
April 2 - In Each Mind's Eye - baby elephant
April 3 - Discovered April First - miniature book
April 4 - A Promise - peach seed 
April 5 -  haiku - one music note
April 6 - My Tiny List - must-do list
April 7 - Tiny Lights - window lights at dusk
April 8 - Cherita - pencil stub
April 9 - Apple Blooms - blooms/apple tree
April 10 - Walk to The Sea - salt crystals
April 11 - Sonnet Show & Tell - tiny key
April 12 - The Letter 'I
April 13 - A Tiny Change - thermometer
April 14 - Birthday Candles
April 15 - Defined - dandelion
April 16 - One Minute 
April 17 - The Letter "A"
April 18 - Tiny Treasure - rock
April 19 - haiku - tiny actions
April 20 - rabbit
April 21 - lilac 
April 22 - chickadee
April 23 - tiny shoes
April 24 - bits of time - book love
April 25 - pussytoes 
April 26 - FACTS

2 comments:

  1. This is such a fun poem, Linda! I love the idea that "yellow dazzles the cold away."

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    1. Thanks, Catherine. Dandelion are not popular I know, but they really are lovely, and welcome after winter!

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