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Peter S. Quinn


Springs And Falls - A Song Lyric


Winters blood will drip into the melting snow,
When again the colors of nature will show;
Tomorrow with fragrance of thousand shades,
That for a summer - without any fades.

This shall be final - when autumn comes,
And winter drones in, earth again hums;
For we are here not to keep on still,
Put pass away - like others will.

And nothing ever is fresh for long,
There is rot in every leaf that falls;
This is a seasonal all time song,
Again and again season to earth calls:

Winters blood will drip into the melting snow,
When again the colors of nature will show;
We have those colors to pure our mind,
And leave all reminiscence of winter behind.

Again and again season to earth calls:
There are springs and there are falls.

Again and again season to earth calls:
There are springs and there are falls.

There are springs and there are falls.

Submitted: Thursday, April 05, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 11, 2011
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