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Spring Melody


Who sings those enchanting song,
and wake the dormant boiling blood?
Their singing interrupt the silence,
and it seemed to me, as if
they were singing, a welcome to the spring.

I opened my window
in the blue dawn,
listening to those sounds
above my lawn.

And when the sun rose,
and darkness disappeared,
I saw, on the fruit trees,
Magic plays its game
So gorgeous, with drops of rain.

The golden sun shines over the trees,
And a little bird, between their leaves
is still singing a song, on the light
And I know,
That was a singer all that night.


Everyone wants to wake up with the enchanting song of a bird at dawn. Everyone wants to hear that. It feels like you are in heaven. Only some birds have the ability to sing. Male birds usually use their song to attract females during the spring and one of the best singing birds in the world is a beautiful nightingale. I am so happy that I can hear their song, and I can enjoy those moments. If you can hear them too, be grateful for that.



BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on April 18, 2021:

Lovely poem.

I love hearing the birds in the morning.

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on April 18, 2021:

Anita lesic your poems are greatly expressed.

Dream Lover (author) from Zagreb on April 18, 2021:

Hvala Devika.

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on March 16, 2021:

I like the poem and images are outstanding! Birds are beautiful and just listening to birds makes my day.

Chrish Canosa from Manila Philippines on March 15, 2021:

That was a lovely read!

Thanks for sharing, have a great day ahead.

Chrish Canosa from Manila Philippines on March 15, 2021:

How blessed you guys are!

In my place, the rude drivers are the ones who always waked me. usually I wake up in the wrong side of my head because of them haha what a life

Dream Lover (author) from Zagreb on March 15, 2021:

Thanks to all!!

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on March 14, 2021:

Beautifully expressed poem. It’s so beautiful to wake up with the sounds of the birds. I find it so relatable.

Thank you for sharing.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on March 14, 2021:

It is lovely waking up to the sound of singing birds. It happens every day where we live.

Nithya Venkat from Dubai on March 14, 2021:

Lovely poem, beautifully penned.

manatita44 from london on March 14, 2021:

Sign in, then click on HUBPAGES at the top of the page. It takes you into 'Feed.' Scroll up or down to see recent work, then you will see where to comment. if you wish to read all the comments, then click just above it. Look for the words that say 'see all comments' or something like that.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on March 14, 2021:

A lovely poem and captivating images. We don’t have nightingales but we do have various singing birds that are a joy to wake up to. Enjoyable read, Anita.

manatita44 from london on March 14, 2021:

When you sign in, for example, anita lesic@hubpages.com, click on your link. Then after this you will see HUBPAGES at the top of your screen like this: HUBPAGES. Click on it and it will take you to 'Feed.' There you will see all recent Hubs if you scroll up or down.

You can comment below the Hub or click on the bit that says 'show previous comments.' Best wishes!

Dream Lover (author) from Zagreb on March 14, 2021:

Thank you Manatita. Your poems are great too, but i can't post comments below your hubs. Hubpages didn't fix that issue!

manatita44 from london on March 14, 2021:

Lovely colours and my favourite birds, especially the nightingale. She has probably featured in about 300 of my 1300 poems. I like the majesty, vibrancy and grandeur in your pieces. Much Love.

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