Now That April's Here

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Now That April's Here


All winter long I waited for the day
When silent trees would suddenly awake,
Reborn beneath a golden sun's bright ray.
I longed to feel, to joyfully partake
Of new and warmer clime that whispered hope.
When frozen snow lay still and ghostly white
I yearned for carpets green and tried to cope.
The end of winter seemed nowhere in sight,
And yet I persevered and prayed that spring
Would gently rouse the daisies on the hill
And prod again the mockingbirds to sing
A sweet reprieve from winter's morbid chill.

Now April's here and slowly I'm aware
She wears a crown of promise in her hair.


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