Change o' Season

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

mother child change season

Change O’ Season

As the snow melts before my eyes, I feel the warmth through out the sky, taking winter’s place.  It comes as no disguise, for it is springtime once a year.  My heart opens to this sun as it peers out to happy faces and bicycle races.  Down the street are endless people waiting to greet it.  As hopscotch and ice cream are in store.  It is womanhood at my door.  Yet still I can enjoy the laughter, the smiles, childhood glances this sun of mine brings to me.  As I search through romance, I seek that snow melting time, that walk among a mind so young, that talk of freedom in their voices.  As their only fear are bruises and scratches felt with a tear, but healed with a kiss from Motherhood……

By Kim Kristine Dunn Dobbins

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Submitted: April 13, 2012

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Angie Blake

I like how you write. It's different. This one is pretty. Talking about the changes of time and I think even a changing for a girl to become a woman in there too. You write really nice! :)

Sat, June 30th, 2012 8:42pm

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