PAD 27: A Ramble Through the Park

A cool spring evening–

The trees festooned with buds–

A new season beginning–

New life, new hope, new love–

Off you go, to ramble

Through the park

Amid the green and pink and purple and yellow

The white and red–

The cracks in the pavement

Showing signs of winter’s stress

Are but a small hiccup to the

Peace of the day, of the season–

Don’t let the pests of spring blind you

And cause you to wince

And miss the beauty of the world

Waking up to a new day.

 

PAD prompt for April 27, 2017: use at least three of these six words in your poem:

  • pest
  • crack
  • ramble
  • hiccup
  • wince
  • festoon

 

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