Follow the Heir


In Spring, the birds' whistles sang through the air
The growth of new life would be fed by rain
Gardens were started, taking on their rows
Families excited for their new heir
New parents were learning to test their reign
Life is exciting as the spirits rose

Everyone stopped to smile at the rose
Took time listening to sounds in the air
New beginnings to experiment reign
Light always came back after the dark rain
Education for the new growing heir
Every now and then, they'd encounter rows

Sometimes, discipline organized the rows
Forgiveness always blossomed like a rose
Everyone loved the innocent, new heir
He brought love and enjoyment in his air
His tears rarely fell, almost like the rain
Always respectful of his parents' reign

On the water, he loved to test his reign
Always in a boat practicing his rows
No one worried he'd get caught in the rain
After an adventure, his spirit rose
His determination was in the air
Family loved the spirit from the heir

Excursions were fun when led by the heir
They trusted his ability to reign
He never let sadness into the air
And always found balance when there were rows
His smile was remembered like a sweet rose
No one could be down in the times for rain

When they felt darkness gather with rain
They aimed to be as happy as the heir
A reminder in their framed, painted rose
In the down times, they never lost their reign
They loved to be playful with their rows
Feeding happiness back into the air

A lost reign can feel like dark, heavy rain
Follow the heir's spirit of playful rows
Think of a sweet rose to lighten the air.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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