Spring
by John Stevens

The chirds are burping,
the blowers are flooming.
The droys are beaming
Of firls so gine.

The dees are boing
what dees bo best.
So loys bet’s do
what dees bo best.

Hind the foney.

2010 This drove the chell specker crazy
Jul 2, 2010

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One Comment to “Spring”

  1. admin says:

    From Hello Poetry
    robert martin Jul 2, 2010
    a poenfulder wonder, simpel underull!!!!!!!
    Loved it.

    John Stevens Jul 2, 2010
    I got part of that. You are worse off than I am. ;-)) Thanks Master.

    robert martin Jul 2, 2010
    a wonderful wonder, simply wonderful!!

    John Stevens Jul 2, 2010
    Thanks for the translation. I had difficulty reading what I wrote. Thanks Master Martin.
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    Bathsheba Jul 2, 2010
    Love it John …. lol … Took me a second look to figure it out but then I do have the excuse that I have been out in the sun too much today – Thanks for sharing such a fun write with everyone – Fabulous!!!

    John Stevens Jul 2, 2010
    I got my tang toungled up. Not much sleep last night. Thanks. Reading the comments is more fun the writing it.
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    Mari Jul 3, 2010
    Ah! This is the most charmingly penned poem John and an absolute joy to read. I so enjoyed it, because it was like a tongue twister to me! Pure genius involved in it’s crafting! Spring is beautifully captured through your words and I think it is a simply wonderful inking John. Thank You so very much for sharing this most uplifting and delightful poem with me.

    John Stevens Jul 3, 2010
    Maybe we need to each write 4 lines and see what happens. I do this naturally when I am tired. Comes from stuttering when I was a kid. Had to cure myself back in those days, Thanks for the uplifting comment.
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    Neva Flores Jul 3, 2010
    How did I miss this one? Wow! Wonderful!

    John Stevens Jul 3, 2010
    Tis amazing. I am always asking Tony do you hear the chirds burping in the trees? He looks at me funny and just laughs. This thing just popped out and I did not know what the finish was until the last two lines. The commonality between boys and bees.
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    D Conors Jul 11, 2010
    John’s remarkable talents in making the reader completely understand what he’s trying to convey, if even it may look like nonsense is the mark of a master poet.

    John Stevens Jul 11, 2010
    Well. I had to go buy a bigger hat. All of a sudden my old one was too tight. I had that hat for twenty years. I miss that hat.

    This is hard to live up to.

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