March is an active poem, perfect for young children learning vowel sounds. Published in Three Minute Stories, illustrations by Josephine H. Bruce (1914).
Blow, March, Blow
Blow, March, blow!
Go, Winter, go!
Drive away,
Strive away,
Blow, March, blow!

Blow, March, blow!
Grow, grass, grow!
Twinkle up;
Blow, March, blow!

Blow, March, blow!
Flow, water, flow!
River, run,
Just for fun,
Blow, March, blow!

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