Seasonal Changes

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
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Submitted: December 16, 2011

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Submitted: December 16, 2011

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Summer;
We falter to the sun,
Dance with serene breeze.
While the insightful moon smiles,
We set, staring towards sound skies,
Constructing brilliant memories.

Autumn;
Alive colors arise,
Leaving us with little to our mind's eye.
We miss the affectionate warmth,
Ache for it, if you will,
Although, we know it shall arrive again soon.

Winter;
Wishing spring would welcome us warmly,
Wanting it to happen soon.
Where do our hearts go in the winter’s cold?
Our spirits are frozen, weak, bitter,
Like the world outside.

Spring;
Swallows singing their sweet melodies,
Sparrows joining in.
Watching the swift growth of star gazing lilies,
Makes us eager for summer to set in motion.
Soon, we’ll have satisfied composure.

 


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