Spring

A Blessing by James Wright
Just off the highway to Rochester, Minnesota
City That Does Not Sleep by Federico García Lorca
In the sky there is nobody asleep. Nobody, nobody.
Hustlers with Bad Timing by D. A. Powell
That pip in the pear is a blackbird. Tussle on the grass a grackle. It is officially spring. Watch
Prologue of the Earthly Paradise by William Morris
Of Heaven or Hell I have no power to sing
Spring is like a perhaps hand by E. E. Cummings
Spring is like a perhaps hand
Spring Snow by Arthur Sze
A spring snow coincides with plum blossoms.
Diary [Surface] by Rachel Zucker
Spring is not so very promising as it is the thing
From you have I been absent in the spring... (Sonnet 98) by William Shakespeare
From you have I been absent in the spring,
Spring and All [By the road to the contagious hospital] by William Carlos Williams
By the road to the contagious hospital
Springing by Marie Ponsot
In a skiff on a sunrisen lake we are watchers.
Another Attempt at Rescue by M. L. Smoker
And to think I had just paid a cousin twenty dollars to shovel the walk
Black Petal by Li-Young Lee
I never claimed night fathered me
Butterfly Catcher by Tina Cane
In the Sixties
If a Wilderness by Carl Phillips
Then spring came
Morning News by Marilyn Hacker
Spring wafts up the smell of bus exhaust, of bread
National Poetry Month by Elaine Equi
When a poem / speaks by itself,
In cold spring air by Reginald Gibbons
In cold
spring love noise and all [excerpt] by David Antin
but i wondered what i would talk about
Song On May Morning by John Milton
Now the bright morning Star, Dayes harbinger
Birds Again by Jim Harrison
A secret came a week ago though I already
Endymion, Book I, [A thing of beauty is a joy for ever] by John Keats
A thing of beauty is a joy for ever
Each year by Dora Malech
I snap the twig to try to trap
Chansons Innocentes: I by E. E. Cummings
in Just-
Spring Day [Bath] by Amy Lowell
The day is fresh-washed and fair
Alcove by John Ashbery
Is it possible that spring could be
Spring in New Hampshire by Claude McKay
Too green the springing April grass
The Enkindled Spring by D. H. Lawrence
This spring as it comes bursts up in bonfires green
Spring by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Nothing is so beautiful as spring
[O were my love yon Lilac fair] by Robert Burns
O were my love yon Lilac fair
In the Memphis Airport by Timothy Steele
Above the concourse, from a beam
Lines Written in Early Spring by William Wordsworth
I heard a thousand blended notes
Spring by Edna St. Vincent Millay
To what purpose, April, do you return again
Spring Storm by William Carlos Williams
The sky has given over
Vernal Equinox by Amy Lowell
The scent of hyacinths, like a pale mist, lies between me and my book
After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains by John Keats
After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains
The Winter's Tale Act IV, Scene II [When daffodils begin to peer] by William Shakespeare
When daffodils begin to peer
Magdalen Walks by Oscar Wilde
The little white clouds are racing over the sky
Under the Willows [May is a pious fraud of the almanac] by James Russell Lowell
May is a pious fraud of the almanac
Two Sewing by Hazel Hall
The Wind is sewing with needles of rain
Thinking of Madame Bovary by Jane Kenyon
The first hot April day the granite step
Papyrus by Ezra Pound
Spring . . . . . . .
Spring Song by Sherwood Anderson
In the forest, amid old trees and wet dead leaves, a shrine
The Magpie's Shadow by Yvor Winters
I. IN WINTER