a beautiful spring time poem

“Spring sang softly as Winter died, “I’ll bloom for you; while my heart still cries.”

As someone who loves literature, I’ve always found springtime to be incredibly inspiring. There’s just something about this season that represents so many powerful themes like growth, renewal, and new beginnings. It’s no wonder that poets and writers throughout history have been drawn to its sights, sounds, and feelings, using them to create some of the most powerful works of art that we still enjoy today. Whether it’s ancient poems or modern novels, spring has always played a special role in bringing these stories to life.

Today I’d like to share with you 10 poems that I hope you’ll find just as inspiring as I have. These 10 poems do a fantastic job of expressing the excitement and appreciation we all feel as we welcome the new season. So without further ado, let’s dive in and enjoy some beautiful poetry together!

a beautiful poem about springtime
How many millions April's came
Before I ever knew
How white a cherry bough could be,
A bed of squills how blue!

And many a light-foot April,
When life is done with me,
Will lift the blue flame of the flower
And the white flame of the tree.

Oh. burn me with your beauty then,
Oh, hurt me, tree and flower,
Lest in the end death try to take
Even this glistening hour.

O shaken flowers, O shimmering trees,
O sunlit white and blue,
Wound me, that I through endless sleep
May bear the scar of you!

-Sara Teasdale
a beautiful spring poem
Spring is like a perhaps hand
(which comes carefully
out of Nowhere)arranging
a window,into which people look(while
people stare
arranging and changing placing
carefully there a strange
thing and a known thing here)and

changing everything carefully

spring is like a perhaps
Hand in a window
(carefully to
and fro moving New and
Old things,while
people stare carefully
moving a perhaps
fraction of flower here placing
an inch of air there)and

without breaking anything.

-E. E. Cummings
beautiful spring poetry
Frost-locked all the winter, 

Seeds, and roots, and stones of fruits, 

What shall make their sap ascend 

That they may put forth shoots? 

Tips of tender green, 

Leaf, or blade, or sheath; 

Telling of the hidden life 

That breaks forth underneath, 

Life nursed in its grave by Death. 

Blows the thaw-wind pleasantly, 

Drips the soaking rain, 

By fits looks down the waking sun: 

Young grass springs on the plain; 

Young leaves clothe early hedgerow trees; 

Seeds, and roots, and stones of fruits, 

Swollen with sap put forth their shoots; 

Curled-headed ferns sprout in the lane; 

Birds sing and pair again.

There is no time like Spring, 

When life’s alive in everything, 

Before new nestlings sing, 

Before cleft swallows speed their journey back 

Along the trackless track – 

God guides their wing, 

He spreads their table that they nothing lack, – 

Before the daisy grows a common flower 

Before the sun has power 

To scorch the world up in his noontide hour. 

There is no time like Spring, 

Like Spring that passes by; 

There is no life like Spring-life born to die, 

Piercing the sod, 

Clothing the uncouth clod, 

Hatched in the nest, 

Fledged on the windy bough, 

Strong on the wing: 

There is no time like Spring that passes by, 

Now newly born, and now 

Hastening to die.

-Christina Rossetti, A Poem For Every Spring Day
a beautiful spring poem about fairies by william shakespear
If ever there were a spring day so perfect,
so uplifted by a warm intermittent breeze

that it made you want to throw
open all the windows in the house

and unlatch the door to the canary's cage,
indeed, rip the little door from its jamb,

a day when the cool brick paths
and the garden bursting with peonies

seemed so etched in sunlight
that you felt like taking

a hammer to the glass paperweight
on the living room end table,

releasing the inhabitants
from their snow-covered cottage

so they could walk out,
holding hands and squinting

into this larger dome of blue and white,
well, today is just that kind of day.

-Billy Collins, from Aimless Love, New and Selected Poems
a poem about march

As we enter the season of spring, I hope that it brings you new beginnings, growth, and joy. May you be surrounded by the beauty of nature and the warmth of loved ones. Thank you for your support in choosing to read my post, and all the poems I’ve shared with you today.. and I wish you a great spring ahead.🌸

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