bloom of spring

Yes, the bloom of spring
Fresh aromas diffusing into the sunny sky

Our mother’s call

That her time of vibrance has come once again

She flaunts her beauty
Teasing with her silky hair
Her stunning hues glistening
Like the stars in her evening sky
While the songbirds gently serenade
And violet petals dance through the cool breeze
We gain a sense of gratitude for our world
How we cannot live without our mother’s gifts

Everything hums in tune
Flora swaying with its inner heart
Fluffy marshmallows gallivanting
In the baby blue sea above
Prancing friends amidst the meadows
Basking in the sweet sun
Some lazily lying
Savoring in the course
Our palettes are splashed with dessert
The candy of poppies
And cakes of rich trunks
Each bite, an unforgettable taste
So don’t let the bloom pass you by
As its wonder will soon pass to another world

Savor in its delicacies
Before its fondant fades away

Eidan Miana – Tiny Seed Journal’s Literary Owl Nature Writer

Eidan Miana is an aspiring scholar, naturalist, and journalist from San Diego, CA. He passionately writes environmental poetry and short fiction, illustrating scenes from coastal sunsets to emerald forests. When off-campus, he can be found hiking the local trails and taking in the Socal sunshine. In addition to Tiny Seed, his work can be read at The Mustang Journal, a small, independent journal he founded with his schoolmates.