Sunday, March 1, 2020



Lady Spring

She waltzes on a meadow
Dressed in a beautiful gown
Wearing a floral crown.
Her sweetheart,
The kind version of Jack Frost
Gently holds her dainty hands
As they gracefully move on the fresh grass
Like two swans on the surface of a crystal lake.
Beautiful snowdrops popped their little heads
From the cold soil to announce the fair lady’s arrival.
Everyone awakens from their long slumber
To stretch their legs, paws and wings.
Nature plays her song along with the songbirds
While everyone gathers around to celebrate.
As the young couple daces
They began to express their feelings
Ending with an innocent kiss.
Oh come, oh come, Lady Spring!
Bring happiness, luck and good health in our lives!


An angel
Sent by God on Earth
To give you life,
To give you a warm hug
And chase the sadness away.

A dainty flower
That pleases your senses
With her discreet perfume.

A mare as white as snow
Armed with a sparkly golden horn
And who protects you from danger.

The image of joy and kindness,
Of the primordial goddess,
Whose face you see
When you open your eyes.

A ray of hope
When you feel lost.
She gives you a helping hand
In difficult situations.

The heroine who saves the day,
Keeps the family together
And feeds the children.
She gives you education
Together with her soul mate
And the wise grandparents.

Spring And Winter

Nature, Gaia’s child
Organized a grand party
One sunny day.
It wasn’t a normal day
Since there was a great celebration.
Spring’s daughter, Flora’s triumph
Over Jack Frost,
The fearsome offspring of the Frost King
And the Winter Queen.

With his cold breath
He brought chills,
Covering everything in snow
Bringing sleep and hunger.
Being desperate, the plants and wildlife
Asked for Spring’s help.

Hearing and seeing all,
She sent the bravest of knights
To chase Jack away.
Since the fearsome master of chill
Had a heart of stone
And a corrupted soul,
He defeated the knights
With only a simple blow.
Concern and panic spread
Around Spring’s palace.
“What should we do, Your Majesty?”
Asked the Sunflower.
“He’s unstoppable,”
Added the Stag.
Since Spring didn’t know
What answer to give,
She almost lost all hope.

Flora, her daughter
Who was swift as a gazelle,
A dainty flower,
With an iron will,
Gentle as a lamb,
But with a lion heart,
Hearing all of this,
She gathered the strongest of warriors
And formed a group.
On her way to the Frozen Woods
She saw the Ice Prince.
Upon meeting his eyes
She understood his problem.
Immediately she devised a plan
To save that corrupted boy
From distress.

When she reached the frozen meadow,
He was already waiting for her,
Covered in his icy spikes
And armed to the teeth.

“You’ve been sent by Spring,
But you won’t make your way back,”
He addressed to her in his cold voice.
“I noticed the distress in your eyes
And I’ll ease it,”
Replied Flora with her gentle voice.

Annoyed by her bravery
He charged at her
Ready to stab her in the heart.
Noticing that
She gave the order.
The white reindeer blocked his way,
The falcons confused him,
The vines disarmed him,
The Sun King squeezed through the clouds
And bathed his body in his rays.
Birds sang in his ears.

The Ice Prince struggled
Screaming in pain
Of how powerful these weapons were.

A gentle touch eased his pain.
It was Flora holding his hand.
A sense of calmness filled him
The moment he looked her in the eye.
The ice from his eyes thawed,
Tears running down his cheeks.
His frozen heart melted
And strange feelings flooded his mind.

“Love and happiness are
The best cure
For a sad and corrupted heart,”
The girl explained.

Then Jack understood,
It was an understanding person
That he was missing.
He accepted her friendship
And chased the cold away.

At their urge
Their parents made peace,
Coming to an agreement
They shook hands
And everything was equally split among themselves.

Spring has come,
Bringing nature back to life.
The birds are singing,
The little white bells are coming out of the snow.
The trees bloom,
The bears are emerging from hibernation,
The bees gather pollen,
Everything is colorful again.

When winter comes,
She sinks us into a restful sleep
To recharge our batteries.
She cheers up the children
With her white blanket,
Snowy hills, snowflakes,
Sipping hot cocoa next to the fireplace.
She spreads joy
And makes us be more generous
By introducing the Spirit of Christmas to us.

Even nowadays,
Nature sings:
Spring’s triumph over Winter.


GEORGIANA-LAURA GHEORGHE: Born in a country with a wonderful history, customs, traditions and culture, she’s a sensitive soul whom considers writing as a way to express her untold feelings and opinions. She’s a translator, but creative writing is one of the many hobbies she has. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in the English Language and Literature – French Language and Literature – Philology at “Spiru Haret” University in Bucharest, Faculty of Letters – Bucharest (Romania) and a Master’s Degree in Translation and Interpretation at “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galaţi (Romania). She competed at a few national creative writing contests such as the “Adrian Păunescu” National Poetry Writing Contest, 2019 and international literary championships such as the “Writers Assembled December Poetry Contest” 2019, the „Sharon’s November Art/ Photography Poetry Prompt Challenge” organized by the IALR, 2019 and so on. She won the Bronze Star at the WMPC – 23 organized by the GLS, December 3rd, 2019, the Gold Star at the WMPC – 21 organized by the GLS on November 17th, 2019, the Bronze Star at the WMPC – 19 organized by the GLS on November 1st, 2019, the Silver Star at the WMPC – 18 organized by the GLS on October 25th, 2019, received the Certificate of Achievement for Dedication to serving Culture & Humanity from the Munir Mezyed Foundation for Arts & Culture, during the International „Odyssey” Festival, Craiova, October 10th, 2019 and won the Excellence Award at the International Poetry Championship, September 2019. She published poetry in various national and international literary magazines and anthologies. And launched her first bilingual poetry book “What is life?” on September 2019. Other than creative writing, she likes to listen to music mostly classical, instrumental and soundtracks, travel and navigate on the Internet.

1 comment :

  1. Wonderful Poems, my dear friend, GEORGIANA-LAURA GHEORGHE, I loved "Lady Spring" Blessings Always!