Springtime Flurries

an upward flurry of yellow blooms
sail past my second story window
carried by the choppy waves of the wind
reaching ever-higher, in celebration
of warmth, rain and winter’s final retreat

the gentlest of tornadoes grows larger
as the wind whistles joyously out-of-tune
tossing up tiny bouquets of sunshine
toward the heavens and onto my ledge
a gift, a reminder: beauty abounds

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