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Springz Knocking by Mahik’s

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By: Mahik’s

Magnolia trees towering over dainty, yellow daffodils.

Source: Springing into the Season at Longwood | Penelope Peru Photography

Mahik’s delights us with a beautiful poem about spring, giving us something to look forward to in the winter months ahead.

The luscious grass so green so fresh,
The bees on blooms of flowery mesh,
The chirps and twirps spread all around,
So calm so cool and chill it sounds,

The kids on swings n birds with wings,
The sunlight strings with the breezy wind,
The blinking glister as some glitter,
Of light in patches so little tittle,

Whoosh whoosh whoosh,
That’s wind’s push,
Chee chee chee,
That voice is so sweet,
All that makes the perfect scene.

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Living in Moradabad, a city of North India famous for its handicraft industries and export of handicraft items all over the world, Mahika Bansal is a teen poet with enormous dreams just like all other growing buds of her age. As an artist, Mahika tries to compose poetry that speaks about the beauty of the world as well as the dark side of life. She is a creator of ideas, floating in the sparkling sea of imagination.

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