I Hold My Blossoms

I hold my blossoms out for human eyes to see,
Wherein I laugh my glad delight to simply be.
Their petals white are as soft snowflakes fresh with song
That gives the human spirit lightest gifts so strong.
The pleasured souls of men and women spring to love,
To love the spring and its blue skies that ring above
With sense of open action for love’s trusting two
Who timely seek and find themselves a single view.
A single view, one singing aim, a daring height,
To hold themselves majestic in my springtime light.
My crown of blossoms they have called their hearts to gain,
While on their heads I fall, and show they’re mine to reign.

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