Saturday, June 6, 2015

Spring--By Robert P. Hansen--United States


is just a brief
moment of clarity
between winter’s icy
glare and summer’s
blinding heat.

Robert P. Hansen teaches philosophy courses at a community college. In addition to poetry, he also writes genre fiction. His recent eBook publications include a free Story Sampler (14 stories from his collections), The Golden Key (Book 3 of his Angus the Mage fantasy series), and 2014: A Year of Poetry. For more information on his writing and where to find what he has published, visit his blog at:


  1. What a fantastic poem and so very true. Spring does have its moment of clarity and I so do love its interception. But I find autumn's grandeur much more to my liking.

  2. Nice one, Robert. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!


  3. I am really impressed with this wonderful poem that says so much in such a short verse. I am getting to where I love the short ones most of all. The ability one has to say so much in so few words, is a true talent in my book.

  4. Robert,
    A great tie-in between the two seasons.
    Your friend,
    David Fox