76 Spring Quotes

Be inspired to look forward to the season of spring with these quotes. Spring is the time of year when everything comes back to life - the leaves on the tree, the green of the grass, the flowers start to bloom, the air is warmer! A wonderful season of revival. Just saying the words, "Happy Spring", makes us feel alive and refreshed. And we all know with spring comes the promise of the next season of summer! We hope these quotes remind you of the beauty of spring. You may also be inspired by these spring poems.

Quotes    /   Spring Quotes

  1. There's not a plant that decks the spring, a blossom, or a rose, a blade of grass, an insect's wing, but heavenly wisdom shows. Daniel C. Colesworthy, The Hand Divine
    Christian Poems

  2. How gladly we hail the return of the spring, fair prospects, gay sunshine, her presence doth bring Mary Snell, A Welcome To Spring
    Sunshine Poems

  3. The Spring has come, the blessed Spring, and all around is birth! Caleb Davis Bradlee, Spring
    Poems Of Encouragement

  4. Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the gardener seems to be only one of the instruments, not the composer. Geoffrey B. Charlesworth
    Garden Poems

  5. Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of slush.
  6. Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of slush. Doug Larson
    Inspirational Poems

  7. Spring blooms new life all around, fresh air and vibrancy abound. Catherine Pulsifer, Summer Sun
    Summer Poems

  8. But may be March is better when all is done and said: St. Patrick brings a promise, of springtime just ahead! Author Unknown, St. Patrick Brings A Promise
    St. Patrick's Day Poems

  9. The breath that Spring around her sheds and now the tulips break in bloom! Henry VanDyke, Flood-Tide Of Flowers
    Easter Poems

  10. Spring, a time of rebirth and renewal! Buds on the trees awaken from their slumber. Catherine Pulsifer
    Weekly Poems

  11. Daisies are the flower of spring and happinIn spring we've plucked the daffodil and buttercup on every hill Unknown, Farewell
    Goodbye Poems

  12. Daisies are the flower of spring and happiness they do bring. Catherine Pulsifer, A Daisy
    Poems About Daisies

  13. March...brings with it a joyous arc. Gone are winter's dreary days as Spring now blooms in wondrous array Catherine Pulsifer, Spring Now Blooms
    March Poems

  14. I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose, I would always greet it in a garden. Ruth Stout
    God's Garden Poem

  15. Soon, we will all be awaiting new life as spring comes popping forth from beneath a blanket of snow. Sam Fickinsen
    Poems About Life

  16.  One day, in spring, I took a walk and spied, within a field of green, a slender dandelion stock
  17. One day, in spring, I took a walk and spied, within a field of green, a slender dandelion stock.  Kate Louise Wheeler , The Dandelion
    Dandelion Poems

  18. The snow covers my garden plot, so deep and still so white. But never fear the coming spring, my dreams will be in sight. Catherine Pulsifer, My Garden's Growth
    In My Garden Poem

  19. Febraury we endure the frosty air, and hope that Spring will soon be there. Catherine Pulsifer, February Cold
    February Poems

  20. On sunny days, and early days of spring appreciate life's little things Catherine Pulsifer, Appreciate Little Things
    Gratitude Poems

  21. Sunbeams dancing in the places where the winter's frost has been; tells me, happy, joyous Springtime, Mary C.Plummer, Spring's Promise
    Poems About The Seasons

  22. But the roses bloom again, and the spring will gush anew, in the pleasant April rain, and the summer sun and dew. Thomas B. Bishop, Leaf by Leaf
    Rose Poems

  23. April, the fourth month of the year! With the hope of spring that now appears Catherine Pulsifer, The Fourth Month of The Year
    April Poems

  24. May brings forth spring's warming rays, snow has melted from winter's days. Catherine Pulsifer, A Month of 31 Days
    May Poems

  25. A light exists in spring not present on the year at any other period.
  26. A light exists in spring not present on the year at any other period. Emily Dickinson, A Light Exists In Spring
    Famous Poems

  27. You will find that flowers tend to bring a small touch of sunshine and spring. Catherine Pulsifer, Flowers Can Say
    Flower Poem

  28. Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in spring-time. Martin Luther
    Easter Quotes

  29. Remember, green's your color. You are spring. Gwendolyn Brooks
    Poems About Colors

  30. There is no time like Spring, when life's alive in everything. Christina Rossetti
    Famous Poets

  31. Little bells of silver, tinkling on the pane. Sweetly sing the blessings of the April rain. Cobb, The April Rain
    Poems About Rain

  32. Ready to smile with the flowers of Spring, or sing with the birds of air; in Nature's praise aye willing to sing, finds happiness ev'rywhere. John Imrie, The Happy Heart
    Poems About Happiness

  33. Like a rosebud opening in spring thy name is soft and sweet
  34. Like a rosebud opening in spring thy name is soft and sweet  Eloise A. Skimings, Love & Friendship
    Famous Friendship Poems

  35. As winter wanes and yields its frosty reign, spring emerges, a canvas to regain. Catherine Pulsifer, The Hand Of God
    Poems About the Change of Seasons

  36. Let the notes of gladness ring clear as song of bird in Spring. Let every day bring some music Charles R. Skinner, Do It Now
    Motivational Poems

  37. A sister is like a breath of spring, she can bring a smile to everyday things. Catherine Pulsifer, What A Sister is Like
    What Is A Sister Poems

  38. As seasons pass with rhythmic flow, encouragement's light forever glows. In spring, new hope begins to bloom Catherine Pulsifer, Seasons Pass
    Harvest Poems

  39. St. Patrick brings a promise, of springtime just ahead! Unknown, St. Patrick Brings A Promise
    St. Patricks Day Poems

  40. Winter brings the cold of February....spring is the season that comes next - focus on that, it puts it all in context. Catherine Pulsifer, Winter Is Back Again
    Winter Poems

  41. March the hope of spring arrives - we are always glad to see winter die. Catherine Pulsifer, Months Of The Year
    Month Poems

  42. The night is mother of the day, the winter of the spring Mary H. Houghton, His Hope With All
    Poems About Hope

  43. Throughout the different seasons of the year the leaves add a feeling of anticipation ....in the spring as they begin to appear again they give us hope and a feeling of renewal Catherine Pulsifer
    Poems About Leaves

  44. January carries the essence of anticipation, as we eagerly await the arrival of spring. It is a time of preparation and expectancy, where we sow the seeds of our dreams and nurture them with faith. As the days lengthen and nature begins to awaken, may our spirits also awaken to new possibilities, embracing the fresh opportunities that spring brings. Author Unknown
    January Quotes

  45. Ah, that's the reason a bird can sing - on his darkest day he believes in Spring.
  46. Ah, that's the reason a bird can sing - on his darkest day he believes in Spring. Douglas Malloch
    You Have To Believe

  47. This whole green earth of Spring is God's embodied wish for man - the glad green earth holds her sparkling cup Unknown, Of Joy And Health
    Poems About Health

  48. As spring arrives the month of May paints the world with a masterpiece of beauty. It is a reminder that even after the harshest winters, the warmth of renewal and the promise of growth is always just around the corner. Catherine Pulsifer
    May Quotes

  49. As March arrives, the sleeping earth awakens, as the touch of spring breathes life into every bud and bloom. Let this season of new beginnings inspire your soul to bloom with possibilities. Catherine Pulsifer
    March Quotes

  50. Gladly then we hear thee sing the joyful reveille of spring: Robin's come. William W. Caldwell, Robin's Come
    Poems About Birds

  51. May flowers are shedding their beauty over meadow and hill, and the bright, golden dandelion is queen among them still. Eloise A. Skimings
    Flower Quotes

  52. In the spring of the year, when Easter is here, sing, Christ the Lord is risen! E. D. C. Bells Ringing
    Easter Bells

  53. The fallen leaves, in uncounted number, are warmly quilting the wildflowers' slumber; there are buds on the bough...a springtime presage… Laura Lee Randall, Autumn Oracle
    Autumn Poems

  54. Like a peal of broken bells, — kling, klang, kling,— far and high the wild geese cry, "Spring! It is Spring!" Celia Thaxter, Wild Geese
    Animal Poems For Kids

  55. Returning home the following spring, beautiful butterflies on the wing! Unknown, Go Fluttering By
    Butterfly Poems

  56. Winter is dead, Spring lives. Purple and gold the crocus comes. The beauty of the world returns John R. Slater, An Easter Reveille
    He Is Risen Poems

  57. Spring bursts today, for Christ is risen and all the earth's at play. Christina Rossetti, An Easter Carol
    Easter Carol

  58. May spring flowers bright always mark your way and blue skies shelter a journey safe and long
    Irish Wedding Blessing

  59. Soon as the joyous spring has come, and chilling storms are o'er, the little birds, how sweet they sing! Daniel C. Colesworthy, Don't Kill The Birds
    Don't Kill The Birds

  60. I’m the first bright blossom you’ll see in the spring, the first warm raindrop that April will bring.
  61. I’m the first bright blossom you’ll see in the spring, the first warm raindrop that April will bring. Unknown, I'm Still Here
    Funeral Poems

  62. Spring symbolizes a fresh start. It’s a time for new growth and multiplication. Joel Osteen
    Quotes About New Beginnings

  63. No headstrong wine - since, when I drink, the spring into my eager ears will softly sing. William Henry Davies, A Plain Life
    Poems About Living A Simple Life

  64. All is fresh and new, full of spring and light; wintry heart, why wear'st the hue E. A. Lehman, At Easter-Tide
    Eastertide Poem

  65. Through all the pleasant days of spring we begged to know once more - the joy of barefoot wandering and quit the shoes we wore Edgar A. Guest, The Day of Days
    Holiday Poems

  66. Spring is the morning of the year, and summer is the noontide bright Frank Dempster Sherman, Goldenrod
    Winter Poems for Kids

  67. If I will only wait the days of spring will soon return, and bring me back the rose. Edgar A. Guest, One-Sided Faith

  68. I love thee as I love the first young violet of the spring Eliza Acton, I Love Thee
    I Love You Poems

  69. Adults are reminded warmer weather is here when they see a ladybug for the first time in the spring. Catherine Pulsifer
    Ladybug Poem

  70. Chime. merrily chime, the spring time has come with Hope's leaves and flowers to enwreath their home. Eloise A. Skimings, The Wedding Day
    Wedding Poems

  71. The winter brings long, pleasant evenings, the spring brings a promise of flowers
  72. The winter brings long, pleasant evenings, the spring brings a promise of flowers Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Our Blessings
    Poems about Gods Blessings

  73. O violets, sweet violets, ye heralds of spring, what fond recollections to my heart ye bring Eloise A. Skimings, April Violets
    Only A Flower Poems

  74. Come, Spring, and with the breeze that calls the wind-flower by the hill-side rill Charles Fenno Hoffman, Valentine's Day
    Valentines Day Poems

  75. We thank Thee for the winter bold, for gay spring with her wealth untold....we thank Thee, Lord, for all. Janie Mohanna, We Thank Thee, Lord
    Thanksgiving Prayers

  76. Love is with a tender heart. as the spring showers of May J.J. Thorne, Love Is
    Love Is

  77. As comes in spring the murmur of the dove, as song of lark that cleaves the summer sky J. B. Selkirk, Love's Rejoinder
    True Love Poems

  78. O youth! O spring! O happy days, ye are so passing sweet, and tender, and while the fleeting season stays, I revel care-free, in its splendour. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Joy
    Poems About Joy

  79. I'd rather sport in life's fair spring, chasing the butterfly, than win and love some beauteous thing only to see it die.
    Mary C. Ryan, Oh! Give Me Back

  80. The perfume of sweet flowers again bright spring-times breezes swell; we'll think of thee with reverent thought C. C. Hassler, Our Comrades Gone, But Not Forgotten
    Veterans Poem

  81. Trees loaded with blossoms in the spring. Precious fruit in fall they bring.
    Lillian E. Curtis, A Year

  82. The grey old house will waken from its drowsy slumbering, to find the rooms ablaze with flowers, as if it were the Spring! . . .
    Patience Strong, Bulbs

  83. You can't control the coming days of spring, nor can you tell the robin when to sing. Greta Zwaan, Equality and Ownership
    Journey Of Faith

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