LadyFantasy68 49F
208 posts
9/21/2005 10:29 pm

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Spring has sprung.

Spring is my favourite time of year. All over the place blossoms are forming and plants are flowering. The garden is coming alive and there is colour everywhere. Roses, irises, daisies, lavender and a multitude of bulbs are bursting forth into colourful life while the grass is green and vibrant.

Abundant, vibrant and colourful new life abounds all around me. Birds twitter and chirp as they start their annual mating rituals and nest building begins. The cheerful chirping and bright blossoms cannot help but put me in a cheery mood as soon as I look out the window or hear the birds in the morning.

I find myself wanting to be like all of creation around me and indulge in my own mating ritual. To find that mate and have the chance to “chirp cheerfully” afterwards.

So fellow bloggers, what is your favourite season and why? Also what does spring make you feel and want?

DallasPhallus56 60M

9/22/2005 3:35 pm

Spring is my favorite. Winter is over, although here that's hardly anything compared to the winters I grew up with. It's the renewal of life, longer days, brighter sunlight, rain. It's also the herald of the end of the school year, and as much as I love school, getting out for the summer is good too. Somehow the Earth feels all fresh and alive, smells fertile, in the spring. And of course in spring a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of lust.

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
9/22/2005 5:10 pm

Meanwhile, summer's going on the other side of the world. The mornings are cooler and the house needs just a touch of central heating mid-evening. The retreat from winter can be very pleasant in a womblike way, snuggling together on the sofa, and there are times when the crispness of the great outdoors and wrapping up warm has its appeal, but the rest of the season is just a long grind. Autumn is a kind of lingering death of summer, beautiful in some ways, driving through Greenwich Park every morning and watching the trees change, but you know the outcome. Summer in the city has its ups, but the air isn't always brilliant and it can get oppressive.

So yes, give me spring. There's a hill on the downs I climb throughout the year to free-fly from. The only flying site without a car park at the top and there's always a reluctance to climb with a twenty kilo pack on your back. But the hillside is a nature reserve and in spring it comes alive with wild flowers, birds and other wildlife. There's hope and renewal and a deep sense of life. In the park the avenue of trees goes from brown grey and skeletal to pale lime green, ghostly at first, and then full leaf. And there's blossom, no end of cherry blossom in its range of pinks.

The days get longer and hope grows. Rebirth, optimism and a desire to share in the sensuality of the season.

Spring wins, Lady F. Shame we've now got to wait six months for it!

dano6332 56M

9/23/2005 7:32 pm

I love fall here in the midwest. The color of the foliage, the crisp air with a hint of burning leaves. Sleeping outside under the stars. Frost in the early morning.

grouch49 68M

11/3/2005 1:12 am

SUMMER> I'm a Nudist & it "suits" me fine.
SPRING> More money for the Spring (Australiia) racing carnival & the Melbourne Cup.


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