Jo Lynn Ehnes
A Seasonal Affair - Poem by Jo Lynn Ehnes
A frigid spell of arctic air
adorns this tranquil western scene;
a stunning glimpse of Fall's affair
with Spring's vivacious flower queen.
When Autumn's cooling wind combines
with April's warming playful breeze,
a whirling tempest paints designs
on grounds of Winter's icy freeze.
On sculptured hills of milky snows
October's tepid finger strolls,
and May's seductive blossom grows
when rising mercury controls.
Two heated seasons blend in time,
creating havoc in the sky.
Through swelling clouds of grey they climb
releasing moisture as they fly.
A blizzard raves across the path
of Spring and Autumn's torrid flight,
and Winter smiles in aftermath;
they outperformed this glacial night.
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