It’s Spring, and Spring has truly sprung
Don’t believe me? Ask my lungs
Their wheeze and gasp is problematic
It doesn’t pay to be asthmatic
And yet, my lack of air must not
Unseat me from my writing spot
I’ve words to craft and tales to tell
And so, my friends, I’ll bear it well
I’m pleased to say I’m working hard
To earn your trust and high regard
I want to be the one that brings
You wondrous books and give you wings
To worlds of mystery and suspense
Combining all the elements
That make a story satisfy
And beautify and mystify
And reader, if you ask me why
I’ll simply have to say
I love what books have done for me
the thrills that often come for me
the joy that story’s won for me
I’m working to repay
And so, my friend, for you I write
In hopes to bring you great delight
I thank you for your faith in me
For trusting my ability
To bring you books that you can love
And something you can be part of
To help me work and sweat and strive
And make my stories come alive
Thank you for all you do for me. I’m working hard every day for your reading enjoyment!
I love the poetry! ❤️ Yet another lovely talent you possess.
Thank you, Tammie. I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
Thank you for sharing your worlds with us, the reader.
To me, there is nothing neater!
You allow us to get lost for a (short or long,) while.
And for some, that’s what we need to smile.
Let me forget my pain,
Tammy is not noticing the rain.
See she’s reading on the commute by train.
And with reading there’s a lot to gain!
Sometimes all it costs to get lost is a review,
telling others my point of view.
So, try to relax and know we appreciate all you do.
Spring is here, breathe in the fresh air and believe in you, because we do!
Marvelous! I love your poetic response and I so appreciate your letting me know that what I do has a good impact in your life. You made my day!
That’s fun! I love your enthusiasm!!!!
Hi Dulcie! Thank you. I’m glad you enjoyed it!
Joslyn, dear one, you have made me smile.
“Frisk — sharpens you up!”
(in a British accent)
… that’s what I heard in my head after reading your
Gave me clarity and
left me with a crooked line on my lips, where a straight line used to be.
Be well. Thanks for sharing this.
Hi Selma! Thank you so much. I’m very happy that you enjoyed the poem and drew some inspiration from it. I appreciate your continuing support!