Seasonal Poetry about Spring. Spring is a miraculous experience. The whole world comes alive after the winter in which it seemed that everything was dead. The world comes filled with color and the scent of delicious greenery. The world that seemed so dull and cold has come alive once again.
Senior poetry There are many people who turn to writing poems as they move into elderhood. Some claim that the image of the mature Robert Frost trying to read his poem at the inauguration of JFK or Mya Angelou reading On the Pulse of Morning during the inauguration of President Clinton in 1993 inspired seniors to try their hand at poetry.
Spring Poems A Collection of Classic and New Poems for the Season
Hundreds of original Christian poems and poetry inspired by the Holy Spirit, to brighten your day. Inspirational Christian poems to encourage and lift your faith. Humorous and funny poems to heal a hurting heart and bring a smile. Inspirational poems and Christian poems for all ages, men and women, as well as children.
THE SPRING WITHIN ME. THE SPRING WITHIN ME ...A SENIOR CITIZENS POEM A self-reflective poem about ageing and living in a home where no one knows you, or knew you, or ever participated with you...
The best poems about spring Spring is a fine season - perhaps the most popular of the four seasons, when it comes to poets and their seasonal choice of subject. Winter has its devotees, but there's something to be said for spring with its new life, warmer weather, and flowers and trees coming into leaf.…
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Billy CollinsCollins’s poem is a single sentence, like a sigh of pleasure. It begins: “If ever there were a spring day so perfect…” He imagines taking “a hammer to the glass paperweight ...
5 festive spring activities for seniors. 1. Get outside and enjoy nature After being cooped up indoors all winter, it will feel great to get some fresh air and sunshine. Keep your older adult comfortable with plenty of layers, a hat, or a light scarf.
Three old ladies are sitting around a table playing bridge and bragging about their sons. “My Freddie,” said Margaret, “Everyone should be so lucky to have a son like my Freddie.