Treasure Island

Michelle Hanes

(New York)

Seasons


Winters, Autumns
Summers, Springs
Something special
each season brings

In winter, snow falls and
covers towns with blankets of white
When the clouds roll in, you
can see the beautiful flakes take flight

Snow days, snow men,
sledding and more
All things that most
kids just adore

Winters, Autumns
Summers, Springs
Something special
each season brings

In Autumn, leaves fall and
covers yards with crunchy leaves
When the breeze comes by, you
can see the leaves raining from the trees

Big piles of leaves
to jump in and more

But school starts and that
can put a damper on things

Winters, Autumns
Summers, Springs
Something special
each season brings

In Summer, the days never
end and the towns are covered in sun
with no school at all what
could be any more fun?

Beaches, vacations
trips and more
All things most kids
love to the core

Winters, Autumns
Summers, Springs
Something special
each season brings

In Spring, my birthday
comes, along with May
flowers, but allergy season
ruins it though

Big patches of flowers,
sunshine and more
Except for allergies
its near perfection

Winters, Autumns
Summers, Springs
Something special
each season brings

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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