Where the Dillies Wend

A Garret Poet

Where the Dillies Wend
Form: Pushkin Sonnet

In pale sunshine as Winter bids farewell
A pretty face appears to spark a smile
Of golden dreams to cast a lighter spell
And thoughts of spring in languid minds compile.
On peaceful mornings, bird song finds its voice
As snow begins to melt as if by choice
It knows it’s time is done as Spring is near
When daffodils in bloom restart the year.
The viridian blades in breezes bend
To dance with gilded maids in vernal days
This Springtime dreams enchanting eyes to gaze.
And hope now follows where the dillies wend
As candles flicker with merriment and mirth
To Mother Nature's triumphant rebirth


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