Time of New Birth

The décima challenge this week is “Birth” in one of the D rhyme spots. It’s a timely prompt, as it’s April. Last time I went to the park, I noticed a profusion of new flowers and multiple ducklings! Linked also to today’s Writers’ Pantry.


Sun rises earlier each day:
It has been hesitant to wake
Yet lately decided to make
The most of it, a better way.

And later the sun also stays,
Shining its rays upon the ground,
Illuminating all around.
Now this April springtime-green Earth
Is filled with blossoms and new birth:
Even more beauty will abound.

Peut être une image de oie, nature et étendue d’eau
Ducklings with their Mama Duck

Ronovan Writes Decima Challenge Image

6 thoughts on “Time of New Birth

  1. oh the beautiful anticipation of Spring. We are having lovely autumn days. Don’t look forwards to all of winter but the crispy frosty clear days are wonderful here

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  2. The sun stays out longer in spring and that’s why we love our spring days more.
    And then the ripple effect shown in the singing of birds — glorious. Yes. Spring IS a happy season.
    Thanks for the lovely poem.
    Be well. I wish you miracles.

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