Stay calm the storm is over
a spark of pigment rises in the all white sea
Nothing but lush is leftover
The leaves appear on that lonely oak tree
Stay calm life is coming back
Is that a bird chirping on that tree?
And here we see a lilac
So bright it brings us glee
Don’t stay calm; spring has come
the color climbs back into her cheeks
Let the worry vanish
As the earth becomes lavish
And the lakes begin to unfreeze
The snow is gone
Oh it’s been so long
The world is your crayon
So draw your path and color bright because spring has finally come
This poem predicts the days that are soon to come…
The cold carries a negative connotation. To me cold is equivalent to worry while summer means renewal. As soon as you go outside on a good summer day you forget about what it was like to be frozen in stress. When spring comes and its brilliant rays show not just brightly, but with a touch of warmth, and a promise of the growing seasons to come. The world will be painted vividly by the sun’s rays, like a new painting with still wet oils.
We have gone through a tough winter but soon you will have the sensation of going outside and feeling the warm sun melt on your pale cheeks. Winter will become a thing of the past.
This weather posses a power to vanish worry. Now take a second and realize that we as Individuals possess an internal power to separate ourselves from the backpacks we carry filled with stress.