Monday, April 21, 2008

Sun In Syracuse in April

What incredible sun and warmth we have had unseasonably early this year. Another lovely poem from Dana Faulds captures the essence of early spring; from her collection, From Root to Bloom:

Bright Day

The hill of daffodils
shines like the sun
come down to drink
its fill of light.
Spring unrolls its
leafy carpet, the
whole world going
green, reminding
me that miracles are
not just vague
possibilities, but real
as mockingbird
melodies, obvious as
dewdrops flashing like
prisms in the grass.

Enjoy and drink in the sun while it is offering itself as a warm tease of summer to come!!


1 comment:

Natalia said...

Nice article..I mean that sunshine has a power that contains the value of treatment that affect both human health, physically and spiritually.