Spring in Wings, poetry written by Aida at Spillwords.com

Spring in Wings

Spring in Wings

written by: Aida

 

Spring sprung like butterfly wings
flapping its wings from flowers to
flowers, she pleases to win.
The sweet nectars of flowers floating,
its fragrance, manifesting song of spring.

A silky cocoon forth a butterfly,
a metamorphosis she transformed…
emerged with delight, an afternoon
of gala like lady Madonna. Her pretty parasol brilliantly gliding, while basking
in the sun.

A tropical show, a phantom of delight.
Spring flowers in zealous blew,
her esteem admiration flew,
attracting more flowers so blue…
till the sundown crept in dark hue.

Aida

Aida

Aida G. Roque, a Sped Teacher in Maryland, moved and retired in Delaware, USA. A bilingual poet/ writer hailed from the Philippines and presently residing in the USA. Published a total of 4 children’s books and 3 Collections of Poetry. An international poet and a recipient of numerous global awards, she co-authored anthology with other poets, worldwide. Her poems were published by Spillwords NY. USA, Poem Hunter, USA, All Poetry International Society and Poetrysoup, USA.
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