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Waters of March (Aguas de Marco)

Poetry By: MAmberConrad
Poetry



Thank you to Wilbur for providing a song I've never heard by an artist I don't know. The song is Agaus de Marco by Antonio Jobim. He wrote it in Portugese, and later translated it into English. The words are breathtaking and the song is a spunky jazzy tune with a sweet piano.


Submitted:Apr 7, 2012    Reads: 24    Comments: 8    Likes: 8   


Waters of March

The foliage turns,

Dead brown to a vibrant green,

The lilacs pop up

Next to the stream,

It bubbles curiously,

As the pace is more hurried,

The animals scamper out,

Seemingly unworried

Awake from a long winter,

The frost melting from ground

A squirrel tempts a taste

With a small leafy sound

The water is still cool,

But so fresh and enchanted

The waters of March

Has officially been granted.





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