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Free Descriptive Essay On Spring Season


                                          The Enchanted Garden

There are 3 levels of ability catered for in this ‘The Enchanted Garden’ post: levels 1, 2 and 4. Level one is basic, level 2 is medium and level 4 is advanced. Hopefully, people reading the post will enjoy it and gain ideas for themselves. 

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                                        The Enchanted Garden

Birds                             Flowers                   Animals                  Signs of spring                Others

cooing   pigeondaffodils   burst upbees   buzzinglawnmowers   splutteringbaked-apple   smell in the air
warbling   wrensbluebells   eruptdozy   hedgehogslambs   bleatingvernal   equinox
flute-throated   thrusheslipstick-pink   peoniesbouncing   bunniesfresh   spring showerssalmon   torpedo up rivers
trilling   blackbirdssnowdrops   sprout upfrog   spawn glisteningbuds   floweringVersace-purple   sunsets
cheeping   sparrowLily   of the Valleyopen   beaked chickspollen   floating like pixie dustarcipluvian   rainbows
lilting   robinbuttercups   pop upyolk-yellow   ducklingsblustery   windsspearmint   waft hangs in the air
saucy   starlingslady-like   tulipsbutterflies   flutteringwhispering   grassesgrass   grows at 6 degrees +
carolling   chaffinchcrocuses  floweryipping   fox cubssnipping   shears of gardenersmountain   snowmelt
chattering   magpiedaisies   peep throughopen   beaked chickscobwebs   shimmeringlens   clear ponds
dawn   chorus eruptshoneysuckle   festoons hedgespheasants   cluckingSt.   Patricks Daymidges   hanging like moon dust

                                         Level 1- Spring in the garden

1. Spring brings the sounds of cooing pigeons in the garden.

2. The land heats up and daisies peep through the pea-green grass.

3. Bunnies bounce through the garden like frogs with fur.

4. Buds begin to flower on the trees, adding a splash of colour.

5. The lawnmower splutters to life like the start of a Formula One race.

6. The daffodils look as yolk-yellow as the ducklings in the pond.

7. There is a baked-apple smell in the air. It is the smell of plants growing.

8. The gardener snips the hedge with his shears for the first time this year.

9. The grass finally begins to grow as the temperature hits 6 degrees Celsius.

10. Cheeping sparrows invade the garden looking for juicy grubs and shiny seeds.

Level 2- Looking out my window

Note: The dark spots on the moon were called ‘Marias’ by ancient astronomers who thought they were caused by seas. Now we know that they are dried up lava beds and they are grey, which causes us to see them as dark spots. It’s only relevant because…….well, you will see…

I love looking out the window in springtime. The sun washes the garden with a golden glow and the sugar-frosted coating of winter melts from the grass. Birdsong filters in through the glass. The dawn chorus erupts at daybreak as flute-throated thrushes sing their joy. Bobbing robins usually join in, lilting in an age old melody. We have a garden pond and I can see the frog spawn glistening like mini moons. They even have the dark spots, as if to suggest they are as old and alien as the moon itself. At the end of the garden, there is a small grove of trees. Every year, bluebells burst from the earth with their azure gongs attached. Buzzing bees surf the open spaces from flower to flower, desperately seeking pollen. The pollen looks like floating grains of pixie dust, scattered by the blustery wind.

The grass always seems to whisper in the spring, like a church full of people all saying ssssh together. The stalks sway with a salsa rhythm, nodding their heads in delight. At night, the wind dies down and a newly-minted moon appears, drenching shady glades with silver light.  Yipping fox cubs can be heard in the distance and the lonely hoot of an owl sounds like a phantom lost in the darkness.

When the morning comes, the sun will once again peep through the clouds and inject life into the winter-stunned garden. It becomes lush and bountiful for another year, an oasis for life in a shrinking world.

Level 4-The enchanted garden

Some of the words are difficult to find in certain dictionaries. Therefore, I have put their simplest meaning in brackets after them. It should save time for people reading the passage, which is my intent. For example, the word ‘geosmine’ was alien to me until relatively recently, but it is a word I would have used many times in different contexts had I known it. It is a very alluring and powerful word, but yet none of my dictionaries have its definition. Hopefully, readers will get comfortable with using these wonderful words in their writing. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the Level 4 sample.

Our garden is an enchanted garden.

It is wide and open, sloping gently down to a cosmic-blue river. A copse (grove) of cypress pines flanks us on one side, with a thicket (grove) of peaceful beeches standing guard on the other. Apple trees run through the centre of the garden, casting a lake of claw shadows onto the grass. In autumn, the fiery brilliance of their leaves is a sight: scorching-oranges, burning-browns and molten-reds. Then they drift to the ground as silently and carelessly as an ash cloud, settling in to their eternal rest.

Past the river there is a plush-green meadow which stretches away into vastness and a dragon-backed mountain. In winter, the stricken (overwhelming) loneliness of its peak sends shivers down my spine, wondering how anything could survive up there. The fog that coils around it seems as old and fey (unearthly) and grey as the mountain itself, an alien presence that can dampen any mood. I call it Cimmerian Mountain, the ancient name for the land of perpetual mist. When spring finally comes, arcipluvian (multi coloured) rainbows drench the mountain with coloured fire and the light leaks into the garden.

And that is why I love spring in the garden so much. After January, there is stained glass clarity to the sunbeams. It starts with panes of light poking the shadows and making the earth steam. Midges rise with the grass mist, hanging like moon dust in the glassy haze. Daffodils detonate from the ground overnight as if some necromancer (warlock) had put a spell of banishment on the winter. Hey presto and it’s gone. Lipstick-pink peonies adorn the fringes of the garden and honeysuckle festoons (wraps around) the hedges with its ladylike perfume. The aroma of geosmine (earth smell) percolates through the air. If you inhale deep enough, the potpourri of scents registers as a sweet mix of jasmine, grass vapour and blossoms.

As if on cue, the herald of spring arrives after taking a sabbatical for the winter. The blackbird is the main player in the dawn chorus, his song as clear and fresh as the garden he will later raid. Warbling wrens and carolling chaffinches join him, creating an orchestra of sound. It cascades into the open spaces, ghosts through windows and onto the smiling lips of the sleepers within. This earth song of nature rouses the rest of the animals from their slumber. Dozy hedgehogs totter like zombies as they get drunk on the last of the rotten apples. Butterflies flutter through the air with their velvet wings. Above them, a murmuration (flock) of starling’s loop and reel like wind-tossed gunpowder. As the grass in the garden grows to Jurassic heights, pheasants cluck like cockerels and sprint like roadrunners, celebrating the arrival of spring.

The river I told you about earlier has a magical quality to it that I haven’t seen elsewhere. After the mountain snowmelt has purged it of its brandy-brown hue, usually in February, I love to take pre-breakfast walks down to it. The full glory of the garden is revealed as I idle past the suede soft flowers. They are tingling my fingers with nature’s electricity as I touch them. Jewel-green grasshoppers bounce off the flowers like leggy trampolines. Above me, the vault of sky seems to grow wider and higher as the morning wears on. It increases the acoustics and magnifies the richness of colour. I can hear the lullaby of the breeze swishing through the trees much clearer now and little animals scurry and shuffle in the undergrowth. Versace-purple crocuses peep shyly at me and I am lost in the marvel of springtime.

I can see cobwebs in the grass, glistering in the littoral (of a sea/lake) light that the river reflects. They look like fishermen’s nets of finely meshed steel. There’s the most welcoming of scents in the air, a spearmint aroma that hangs and loiters above the wild garlic. I sit on the bench we made some time back and engage in my favourite past time; river gazing. The water is lens clear and it is easy to spot the speckled trout at the bottom. Every so often, they explode up through the crystal water and soar into the air. Their hang time would do credit to Michael Jordan and like Nike, the Greek god of victory, they must have wings to stay up so long. Iridescent (brilliant of colour) kingfishers flash by in a flurry of blue and gold, using the river as a super highway. Apart from the plunking of trout and the thrumming of wings, it is convent quiet at the bottom of the garden, a haven of peace and solitude.

I sit on the bench, watching the sun slowly rise over the Cimmerian mountain. At first, the lonely peak seems to hinder its ascent and it looks like a torc (crescent necklace) of gloriole-gold (halo of asaint). Then its full splendour reveals itself and it soaks the garden with the effulgence (brightness) of its smile. I can see the sunlight chasing the crab-shadows of the apple trees across the steaming grass. A blackbird alights onto a nearby branch and launches into an avian aria (solo song). Within moments, a fusillade of bird song follows him, rupturing the silence of the morn. It is a welcome invasion of the peace, but I sigh as I get up from the bench. As I wend (wind) my way back through the enchanted garden and towards the house, I have only one wish; that those in slumber land within wear the same, easy smile that plays across my lips.

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Spring season is the favorite season of the year and liked by everyone than other seasons. Students may be assigned by their teachers to write some paragraphs or complete essay on spring season. So, we have provided here various paragraphs and essays on spring season under different words limit. You can select any spring season essay according to your need.

Essay on Spring Season

Spring Season Essay 1 (100 words)

Spring season is a pleasing season of everyone. Spring season in India falls during the months of March, April and May. It comes after a long three months of winter season during which people feel relief from the winter cold. In the spring season temperature become moderate and everywhere looks green and colorful because of the blooming trees and flowers. After a long wait, finally time comes when we start wearing lighter clothes and can go outside the door more often. Small children do kite flying. Holi festival falls in the starting of this season when everyone fully enjoy the coming of spring by playing holi with colors and water.

Spring Season Essay 2 (150 words)

Spring comes after winter season in the months of March, April and May in India. This season ends in the form of summer season. Spring starts in the month of March and ends in the month of May in India. In some parts of the India, people do not fully enjoy this season because of the warm atmosphere. Temperature becomes very normal, not too cold like winter and not too hot like summer during the whole spring however at the end it starts warming slowly. At night, weather becomes more pleasant and comfortable.

Spring season is very effective; when it comes it wakes up everything in the nature like trees, grasses, flowers, crops, animals, human beings and other living things from the long sleep of winter season. Human beings wear new and light clothes, trees get full of new green leaves and branches and flowers become more fresh and colorful. Everywhere fields become full of new grasses and thus entire nature looks green and fresh-looking.

Spring Season Essay 3 (200 words)

Spring season is known as the most pleasant season in India. Everything in the nature become active and feels new life on the earth. Spring season brings lots of happiness and relief in the life after three months long winter season. Spring falls after the winter and before the summer season, in the months of March, April and May. The occurrence of spring season varies from country to country as well as temperature of this season also varies from place to place in the country. Cuckoo bird starts singing songs and enjoys eating mangos. Everywhere in the nature becomes full of aroma of romance such as flowers start blooming, trees start getting new leaves, sky becomes cloudless, rivers murmur mildly, etc. We can say that nature joyfully announces loudly that spring has come; now it’s time to wake up.

The beauty of this season and all around happiness makes mind very creative and gives energy to the body to start new works with full confidence. The sound of birds in the early morning and moon light in the night, both become very pleasant, cool and calm. Sky looks very clear and wind becomes very cool and refreshing. It is important season for farmers as their crops ripen in the fields and it is time to cut them. Everyone feels joy and happiness as this season is a season of festivals like Holi, Ram Navami, Hanuman Jayanti, Good Friday, Easter, Bihu, Navroze, Basakhi, etc.


 

Spring Season Essay 4 (250 words)

Introduction

Spring season is the best and most favorite season of the year. People (especially kids) are fond of this season because of its beauty, slight cool and comfortable nature. It is the queen of all seasons of the year and considered as the favorite season of the poets. It comes after winter season and before summer season. It begins from the month of March and ends in the month of May. On the arrival of spring season everything on the earth looks adorable and charming. All the trees gets new clothes in the form of new leaves, flower starts blooming and fragrancing, birds start dancing and singing on the tree branches, sky becomes clear, cloudless and blue, fields become full of green grasses and other so many changes occur in the nature.

Spring season is the season of flowers and festivals thus brings lots of joy and happiness. Colorful and beautiful flowers completely win the heart and green grasses give us a nice ground to walk in the garden. Beautiful flying butterflies catch our eyes often in the morning and evening. Day and night both become very pleasant and cool. Environment becomes full of charming sounds of bees, cuckoo, and other birds in the early morning.

Season of Joy and Happiness

Spring season provides great pleasure, joy and happiness. There is too much cold in winter, too hot in summer and it becomes mud and dirt everywhere in the rainy season that’s why spring is called as season of joy and happiness. Everyone enjoy this season to a great extent and wants to grab its all attraction between the winter and summer.

Spring is the season of joy and happiness for all the living beings like tree, plants, flowers, animals, birds, human beings, etc because it is neither hot nor cold. Days and nights become almost same length, neither too short nor too long. Everyone becomes fed up of cold in winter, hot in summer and mud and dirt in rainy season.

Conclusion

The real beauty of spring nourishes our health and we forget about all the sorrows of life. It fills heart with lots of joy and happiness. So, we really enjoy this season with pleasant sights everywhere.

Spring Season Essay 5 (300 words)

Introduction

Spring season falls in India in the month of March, April and May between winter and summer season. It is known as the King of the all seasons and famous as nature’s youth.

Advantages of Spring Season

Spring season gives nice feelings, good health and new lives to the plants. It is a most beautiful and attractive season gives nice weather to flowers to bloom. Bees and butterflies makes round and round on the flowers bud and enjoy sucking tasty juice (essence of flowers) and make honey. In this season people enjoy eating King of fruits, mango. The bird cuckoo sings nice songs by sitting on the leafy twig and wins everyone’s heart. A very sweet and cool air blows from the south direction which brings nice smell of flowers and touches our heart. It is the season of festivals of almost all religions during which people do nice preparations and enjoy get together with their family members, neighbors and relatives. It is the season of farmers when they bring new crops to their home and take some relief. Poets get good poetic imaginations in their minds and write sweet poems. In this season, mind becomes more creative and full of nice thoughts.

Disadvantages of Spring Season

There are some disadvantages too of the spring season. As it is the end of winter season and start of summer season, it is the more sensitive season to the health. Various epidemic diseases like common cold, smallpox, chicken-pox, measles, etc are common so people have to take extra preparations of their health.

Conclusion

Spring season is the king of all seasons of the year. During the spring season nature appears in its most beautiful form and fills our heart with lots of pleasure. In order to fully enjoy spring season we should take care of the health and get vaccinated against various epidemic diseases.


 

Spring Season Essay 6 (400 words)

Spring season remains for three months however seems like remains for short duration because of its all around beautifulness. Birds start singing sweet songs in the welcome of spring season. Temperature remains normal, neither too cold nor too hot in this season. It makes us feel like the whole nature has covered itself with green sheet because of the natural greenery everywhere. All the trees and plants get new life and new form as they develop new leaves and flowers on their branches. Crops get fully ripen in the fields and look like real gold everywhere.

New and light green leaves starts putting on the branches of the trees and plants. After a long silence of winter season, birds start singing and sounding here and there near to the houses or in the sky. On the occurrence of spring, they feel fresh and break their silence through their sweet songs. There activities make us feel that they are feeling so happy and thanking to the God for giving such nice weather.

On the start of this season, temperature becomes normal which makes people feel relief as they can make some outing without having lots of warm clothes on their body. Parents enjoy with their kids by arranging some picnics during the weekends. Buds of the flower get bloom in their full swing and welcome the nature with their nice smile. Blooming flowers give a beautiful sight and romantic feelings by spreading their sweet fragrance all around.

Human beings and animals feel healthy, happy and active. People start doing their lots of pending works and projects because of the very low temperature of the winter season. Very cool climate and normal temperature of the spring makes people do much work without getting tired. Everyone starts nice day from the morning and in the evening, even after lots of rush, feel fresh and cool.

Farmers feel very happy and relief as they bring new crops to their home successfully as a reward after long labour of many months. We celebrate Holi, Hanuman Jayanti, Nav Ratri, and other festivals in the spring season with our friends, family members and relative. Spring season is a nice gift to us and whole environment from the nature and give us important message that sadness and happiness continues one after another. So never feel bad and keep some patience, because there is a good morning after every black night.

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