Dive Into a Spring Word Pool

Take a leap into this word pool celebrating spring!

Use some (or all) of these words to create a poem, jot a paragraph, capture a memory…

Write something serious, absurd, fun, reflective…go wherever your muse takes you. And, as always, I love it when you share your creations in the comments.

blueberries, breeze, sunshine, daffodil, dawn

rainshower, ripples, robin, meadow, rainbow, dance

abundance, linger, blossom, green, run, smile, warm

Here’s mine, a haiku today:

Daffodils ripple
Rainbow dances on meadows
Sun smiles at spring’s dawn


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2 Responses to “Dive Into a Spring Word Pool”


  1. 1 Heather Jenkins May 18, 2012 at 8:41 am

    A blueberry breeze
    Warms, smiles – a robin’s flight-dance.
    God’s abundance dawns.


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