Spring Break at Dobie Junior

Spring Break at Dobie Junior

Traeh Haynes and Alyssa Melendez

Jevon Renaker, Alyssa Melendez, Traeh Haynes  


Why do people love this gorgeous  season. Spring is a beautiful season. It is really a season of flowers. Many kinds of flowers bloom in Spring. Swarms of bees rush at them. They hum round the opening buds. They hum round the blooming petals. They loot the essence of flowers and make honey of it. Butterflies too, go to  flowers and sit on them. They fly here and there about the flowers.

“ One thing I like about Spring is the flowers and not having school,” says Naujannette Haynes  from Dobie Jr High.

Flowers of various colors dance in the vernal wind. Mango blossoms rise up on the mango trees. The cuckoo sits in the leafy twig and sings her melody. A light breeze blows from the south. It is the sweet South wind. It feels very pleasant. It carries to us the smell of flowers and music of soils. Boys and Girls feel a kind of thrill. All are blithe and happy. Plants and animals look mirthful; so do the human beings. People do many kings of festivity. They sing and dance and make merry. Spring has roused high level poetic imagination in the minds of our poets. So, we find a lot of poetic works in our literature’s.

Interesting facts about spring is 1.5 million students go on spring break every year and collectively spend over one billion dollars. The number one U.S. spring break destination is Daytona Beach. On average, college students consume six drinks per week. On spring break, men and women consume at least 10 drinks per day.