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Springtime on Granny Trail Lane
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By Nan Forehand
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Springtime on Granny Trail Lane

Written by Nan Forehand

April 17, 2015  

New grass growing
Dandelion seeds blowing

Yellow bells ringing
Happy birds singing

New rose cutting
Red Buds budding

Tulips blooming
Dark clouds looming

April showers
assuring May flowers

Squirrels playing
Daffodils waving

Wild turkeys flock
Mocking birds mock

Azalea blooms coming
Carpenter bees humming

Fireflies glowing in the night
Dogwood trees decked out in white

Honey bees busily buzzin’
Amelia will soon greet her new cousin

Happy, healthy and mostly sane
Springtime on Granny Trail Lane

Don’t let my simple rhyme fool ya
It was inspired by my mother in law Julia

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Submitted: Friday, April 17, 2015

Last Updated: Friday, April 17, 2015

About the Poet
I grew up in rural North Carolina, married for 38 years to my best friend and soulmate, Allen, who retired almost 17 years ago from the Air Force after 24 years of service to our beloved America. We have a daughter, Ashley ( and son-in-law, Kris) and, a son, John, and, our two beautiful grand daughters, Amelia and Haley, and Isaac, our only grandson, all blessings from God. We have four cats; Mr. Peabody, Missy, aka Middle Kitty and Tabby, aka Little Kitty, and Gracie. I've seen a lot of hard times and God has always been here for me to see me through them. I am a vessel God can use to help others in need. If I could be described in one word, it would be that I am an encourager.

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