Charles Hancock

Beguiled - Poem by Charles Hancock

Time winked and smiled
At the perpetually beguiled
For time always knew
We do not have a clue

Sun will rise and sun will set
Performing its poised minuet
Seasons come and seasons go
Akin to the endless tidal flow

The season we enjoy the most
Will all to soon give up the ghost
The time of year we like the least
Is what we are often bequeathed

Summer and winter, spring and fall
Always answer to the muster call
Before our time comes and goes
Play 'get your grandchild's nose'

It is said money can't buy love
For that is a gift from up above
So love your family and friends
Soon enough, we'll meet our ends

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, March 18, 2013

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