Thursday, June 7, 2018

Spring into Summer--By Sara Kendrick--United States

Spring into Summer

The Calla lily beside the gate
Welcomes visitors here
Once their ivory blossoms open
Summer's arrived without a care

The peonies' blossoms faded
Gladiolus now in bloom
Lively bees will be humming 
Early morn's Rhapsody tune

Summer thunderstorms will rumble
In hot humid afternoons
Humans and nature will seek shelter
Some will even spoon

Relish the coolness of morn now
Heat of summer soon to stay
Out on the porch such a pleasure
At the break of spring's day

Sara Kendrick is a wife, mother, grandmother who enjoys writing about nature, daily happenings, and life in general.


  1. Sara,
    A beautiful poem. I enjoyed reading it!
    Yours truly,
    David Fox

  2. love this summertime write, my friend x

  3. Dear Sara,

    A vivid poem about the change of the seasons. Well written.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Best wishes,

  4. Nicely done, Sara. I enjoyed "Spring into Summer." I know I'm certainly ready to "spring into it." Thank you for sharing. Continued blessings!


  5. Nature never fails to inspire you, Sara! Once again you have offered us a delightful poem which befits this time of the year. Regards // paul

  6. Well told Sara,
    Your words sparked my imagination as I read
    Knight Writer

  7. This is a well written, thought provoking, descriptive, and creative all rolled up into a beautiful poem. Emile.