Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, SPRING THOUGHTS, by FLORENCE E. BALDWIN



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SPRING THOUGHTS, by            
First Line: Come, my soul, let us haste to the open
Last Line: Come, live and laugh, work and sing.
Subject(s): Spring


Come, my soul, let us haste to the open;
Away from the jangle and soil
Of the dead winter's left-over rubbish,
Outworn garments and futile toil.

Come out to the freshly plowed fields,
Open-armed to God's renascent light,
Where new things can grow and flower;
Where thought like the birds has flight.

Oh come, let us hail the awakening
And breathe in the world's newest spring;
Slip away from old walled-in repressions;
Come, live and laugh, work and sing.





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