Things I always do in March

Things I always do in March

March, the heralder of Spring
Brighter days, birds start to sing
Shoots emerge from out the soil
Cautious tendrils now uncoil

One warm day and there am I
Believing that the summers nigh
Forgetting that the winds is chill
Dress in frilly frock until

My entire body starts to freeze
Combined with goose bumps on my knees

By Glenys Halliday

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I have always written poetry but when my husband died suddenly I used it as a kind of therapy. I don’t usually share these unless I feel they will help someone in distress. The ones I share are mostly humorous intended to bring a smile in what I feel can be a very lonely world..

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21st Mar 2019
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Delightful, and a reminder that Spring, has arrived. very sweet and uplifting. I must also add the end was definitely only in Britain.

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