NOTE: Since Mother Nature and “Earth Day, Every Day” go hand-in-hand, this poem can be counted as #5 for my Earth Day countdown as well as part of Poetry Month.
Spring’s symphonic overture is cheery and bright;
a rainbow of colors that Mother Nature brings to light.
Source: In front of our front door of our building
Then come the brisk and lively first movement thrills,
with forsythia, cherry trees, tulips, & daffodils.
The 2nd movement: a lyrical display of magnolia & dogwood;
blooming ev’ry spring to bring on the good.
Source: Googled pictures of different kinds of magnolia trees
By the 3rd movement spring’s energy is deep as a well,
with green trees dancing in the breeze of “Show & Tell.”
Source: Neighborhood Trees
The finale: a rollicking canvas with flowers of ev’ry kind;
a colorful spring symphony that fills your mind!
Source: wow.com- Rutgers Gardens
* From the Internet: With rare exceptions, the four movements of a symphony conform to a standardized pattern. The first movement is brisk and lively; the second is slower and more lyrical; the third is an energetic minuet (dance) or a boisterous scherzo (“joke”); and the fourth is a rollicking finale.”