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Limerick 1

A flower in a storm

By D.L. FinnPublished about a year ago 1 min read

The angry storms flowed from nature's sword,

Until mother earth's grace was restored.

People cheered with relief,

Sun, a welcomed release.

Fragrant spring flowers was the reward.

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D.L. Finn

D. L. Finn is a multi-genre author. Her work includes the paranormal, poetry, memoir, romance, fantasy & children books. She is also a blogger, photographer & reader and encourages everyone to embrace their inner child.

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Comments (8)

  • Testabout a year ago

    Oh to see a flower peeking through after all the snow storms! 💕🙂

  • Mae Clairabout a year ago

    Nicely done, Denise. After all the snow you were inundated with, I know you have to be looking forward to spring more than most!

  • Jan Sikesabout a year ago

    Very apropos considering what you just came through, Denise. Great job!

  • Staci Troiloabout a year ago

    California did get hammered with winter this year. Lovely to see spring poke through in this poem.

  • Robbie Cheadleabout a year ago

    Very nice, an uplifting ending.

  • Gwen Planoabout a year ago

    Signs of Spring...so blessed. You've captured the realization beautifully. ❤️

  • Priscilla Bettisabout a year ago

    Happy spring, a lovely limerick!

  • Joan Hallabout a year ago

    Ah, the blessed hope of spring. Love it.

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