Theodora (Theo) Onken
Morning has broken- -
Autumn did speak...
'Hope that i am everything
that your Summer Soul seeks';
'I have put on my Red Gown- - -
accented in Russet & Gold...
In the hope that it pleases
And is not much too bold';
'For i shall wear it with pride- -
until Winter begs me to strip down...
And insists i do not tarry
in removing my Red Autumn gown';
By, Theodora Onken
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