Bringer of Life
Bring forth the daffodils waiting patiently still,
Under their blancket of white winter frill.
Stir the grasses and gently tease,
The young little lambs butting heads in the breeze.
Bring forth the birds with their sweet melodies,
To harken the new day with no jealousies.
Bring forth the worms who dig in and out,
Tending the soil so flowers can sprout.
Bring forth gentle rain so all may be washed,
Followed by the sun to banish the frost.
So When you see the Bringer of Life,
Rest a little in the warmth of his light.