I looked outside my window
And saw to my delight
The strangest glow adorn the sky.
I’ve heard it’s called sunlight.
The yellow ball is rarely seen
In my neck of the woods
It’s mostly gray and often rains
Throughout my neighborhoods.
That’s why I got excited
When I heard the day was here
To switch to daylight savings time
Which means that spring is near.
As clocks advance upon first glance
Sun dissipates the gloom.
The longer days and daylight saves
Will brighten up my room.
Spring is but a leap away
From dreary skies and dismal days,
Flowers’ bouquet, their grand display
Will shake me from this cloudy haze.
Perhaps if time did not change
Then winter might extend its range.
So change the time, let’s summon spring
And all the joy that it will bring.