Seasons Anew

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 11, 2017

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Submitted: July 11, 2017



Orbiting the Sun, as though it were a ring Summer then autumn, winter and spring Opposites exist, as in day and night The tilting of the Earth, now gives way to light

Of the inner planets, are we relatively near? Orbiting Earth around the Sun in a year Complexities of life, numerous reasons Varying sunlight does create the seasons

Tilt towards the Sun, daylight will appear A period of summer for that hemisphere Lush green landscapes and longer days Outdoor games in the sunshine rays

Shorter days of autumn, increased rain to fill Leaves with less production of chlorophyll Artistic shades of yellow, brown and red Temperatures fallen, withered flower head

Chilly winter season, birds off to migrate Bearing longer nights, animals hibernate Trees losing leaves, dormant to survive Incubated eggs, for winter has arrived

Such a joy in spring, fresh daises to pick Wonders of new life, the hatching of a chick Animals emerging, formation align Plants burst into flower, ever so divine

Written by Geraldine Taylor ©

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