Fanfare and Ballyhoo

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Listen to this poem, read by Lynda Lambert:

Fanfare and Ballyhoo

by Lynda Lambert

final snowfall
advises slow-moving changes
floating, spiralling, dancing
whispering progression
hardy wet quiescent branches
undressed false acacia
fast-growing tree
black locust takes
a long nap
in rural woodlands
anticipating sunshine
after final snowfall
soft warm rain, new growth
fragrant clusters swagger
spring blossoms flourish
white, pink or purple attire
welcome the new season of
fanfare and ballyhoo.

Published on Plum Tree Tavern. 1 April 2018.
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This poem written and published by Lynda McKinney Lambert, April 1, 2018.

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