Saturday, May 14, 2022

Poem: A Spring Rhyme

A Spring Rhyme

Along with Spring,

And things alive,

There comes something,

That can survive.

Hope there may be,

In shoots of green,

In every tree,

And verdant scene.

When ill winds blow,

Hope them away,

With loving hearts,

They cannot stay.

For better times,

And promise true,

This little rhyme,

Is sent to you.

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Annette Pisano-Higley is a Registered Nurse living in both Albany and Florida. She is a published song-lyricist and published a book of her original Adirondack poetry, with photography by her husband Walter Higley, Adirondack Echoes, available on Amazon.com. Annette’s book was inspired by their idyllic summers at the beloved family Camp on Limekiln Lake, Inlet, in the beautiful New York State Adirondack Park.


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7 Responses

  1. NOEL A SHERRY says:

    Annette, we can count on you and your poetry to pick up important thoughts and sentiments for us lovers of the Adirondacks. Spring in the ADKS is such a time, at least before the black fly’s hover. Thankyou,

    • Annette Pisano Higley says:

      Hi Noel & thanks for your read & lovely words! Yes, watch out for those blackflies!

  2. ADKresident says:

    🌿🌷 Very nice!

  3. Annette Pisano Higley says:

    Appreciate that- thanks & Happy Spring!

  4. Charlie Stehlin says:

    O’ this pleasant time of year spring,
    It moves me like the wind moves leaves,
    Rich greens and O’ how the birds sing,
    Verdure…O’ how it gently weaves!

    Interlacing into a whole,
    Shoots and blooms, the virgin earth,
    The child comes alive, the soul,
    All things so pure…..saintly new birth.

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