Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, SPRING IN THE WESTLAND, by GRACE ATHERTON DENNEN



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SPRING IN THE WESTLAND, by            
First Line: It's good to be in the westland
Last Line: In the westland now.
Subject(s): Spring; West (u.s.); Southwest; Pacific States


It's good to be in the Westland
When the spring is here.
To greet the morn in some rain-washed dawn
Under skies that are crystal clear.
The gold drifts over the hills of green,
The buds are pink on the almond bough,
And the calm Sierras closer lean
In the Westland now.

The air is throbbing with melody,
A thousand free things call.
And all the day like rainbow spray
The bird songs float and fall.
The meadow-lark is April's knight,
He tells her praise from the topmost bough
It is spring, and all is right
In the Westland now.





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