Polly

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Lamb

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Because it’s spring time…a  Triversen poem

Lambs

Lamb

At the start of spring sunshine
in March, a clamour occurs,
an ignominious din.

She sees the lambs born
on a cool sunny morn, stumble;
bumble, late in the daylight.

The sun rises at four,
red, ruby, gold glows up high
and christens the new-born babes.

It comes round, it goes around,
it returns on this morning
of joy, of hope, of new lives.

Polly Stretton © 2016

Lamb was first published in my debut collection Girl’s Got Rhythm, available from Black Pear Press at £7.00 +P&P

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14 thoughts on “Lamb

  1. Lovely. Makes me look forward it is so cold and damp up here.

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  2. Feels like this winter is here to stay, almost missing the overly hot summers :O

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  3. Oh what a beautiful poem, full of beauty and hope. I love it 🙂

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  4. Lovely Polly! I believe many are ready for Spring…

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  5. Polly, after another of my accustomed “winter grey” breaks, this is the perfect re-introduction to your writing. Thanks for a breath of Spring! Here in Wisconsin, we are enjoying a faux Spring… which is not necessarily a healthy indicator of environmental concerns. Looks like a long, hot, dry summer ahead.

    But you know? I read your poem and it all seems a bit more bearable. And that’s what good writing is all about! Thanks, Amy

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    • Hiya Amy – great to see you posting again – those grey winters are giving way to spring sunshine and on the day I posted ‘Lamb’ it was so beautiful I felt it fitting to celebrate 🙂 x

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