Spring In Percy Bysshe Shelley's 'The Sensitive Plant'

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And Spring arose on the garden fair, Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere;
And each flower and herb on Earth’s dark breast rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.
~Percy Bysshe Shelley, "The Sensitive Plant"
Spring is the birth of the year, is the first season that has both its birth and death in the same year. This season represents the birth and rebirth of life. As the earth wakes after its long winter slumber, animals and plants begin their awakening, and the grass is a mix of morbid dead tan and vibrant sprouting green. There is the colorful flowering of trees, and vivid wildflowers appearing out of nowhere. The hardy common blue violet with its purple hue and delicate green stems. The delicate white of the shooting star flower is comparable
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Summer holds many vibrant and varied colors. Throughout summer fields of produce transition from vivacious green to the golden swaying fields of wheat and brown rustling of field corn, and the sweet red strawberry. The summer wildflowers are just as beautiful and colorful as those of spring. There is the pale pink-white of the delicate, miniscule pale violet, and the pasture rose with its soft blush pink petals and vibrant yellow center. The golden glory of the prairie sundrop is a sweet little plant and is especially beautiful when woven with violets into a flower crown. Then there is the pesky goldenrod, with its allergy inducing pollen and licorice scented leaves. Summer smells of fresh cut grass, of roses, and lilac blooms. Insects buzzing is a staple sound of summer, from the pesky mosquito to the maddening cicada. They hum their little songs as they go about their lives. The mosquito as it drains the blood of the innocent and spreads blood borne pathogens, the bumbling bumble bee as it gathers nectar and pollinates flowers and plants. Another sound of summer is the grandiose thunderstorms, the lightning giving its warning of the coming rolling thunder as the rain pounds upon the

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