Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Spring Rebirth and Butterflies

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Spring rebirth and butterflies

Welcome a new dawn

And buds peak out from underbrush

They didn’t need to hoe

The robins hop around

The soft sprouts and the twigs

They find what God has plentiful

Squiggling around.

Its enough to keep them strong

so they could build their nests

And lay their pretty blue eggs

And nurse them cause they’re blessed

Some of us are witness

To changes taking place

And some just live cemented

In a disinfected place.

Spring rebirth and butterflies

Welcome a new dawn

Laughing at the dew drops

Reflecting a new sun

All is well and normal

At the edge of town

Life and death and rebirth

Butterflies and sun.

This poem depicts that we do unnecessary things to keep us healthy and well.

Mother nature has all the ingredients required for life and living to take place.

It is healing soft moist and blessed by the one Father who knows how to do the job

We live fearing Mother Nature believing if we study her we could do a better job but every year she shows us

That this is farther from the truth

When Mother Nature hoes, she hoes. When she washes she washes and when she lives, she puts on the greatest show on Earth!

What is the definition of a robin?

A bird who steals.

When is the best time to buy a budgie?

When they're going cheap.

What's a polygon?

A dead Parrot.


Gattina said...

How sweet ! I love spring !

George said...

Your picture is beautiful, but your words are very profound. Thanks for sharing both with us.

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Gattina

George: I was thinking about the way our planet churns things. We worry about a distressed planet and well it may be distressed in the timeline we are discussing.
but the earth has a way to take things and put it into something like a cement mixer whereby the things on top get churned to the bottom and they just disappear from the pressure and heat etc...
This is an ongoing process we do not even know about under oceans. But this process keeps the planet healthy.Granted it doesn't happen overnight but time is more important to the living humans than it is in the scheme of things where time is something bereft of meaning.:)

juliana said...

lovely poem and i enjoyed the bird jokes :)

i agree, the earth has a way of taking care of itself and what humans perceive as disasters are just a part of the planet's life...

A Lady's Life said...

juliana I agree That's why we call it a living planet :)

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Nothing says Spring like Robin's Eggs. A Wonderful Post, lets hope Spring is around the Corner, as today it seems like Winter still has a grip on us here.

A Lady's Life said...

Oh poor Bill!

We are in full bloom here in Vancouver.
I was outside sawing my overgrown bushes. It being warm outside made it rather a pleasant job and I am building my muscles lol

Gattina said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my painting blog. My photos are on Keyhole pictures just for your info.