Believe - Poem by Kevin East
As trees are robbed of Autumn leaf
New colours congregate beneath
A tapestry just He could weave;
Sunset reminds us to believe.
Dawn's kiss awakes the winged choir
As dewdrops flee the leaves to bask
In promised warmth across our shire
As morning mist removes its mask
Sweet childhood memories retrieved
And seeing is to be believed.
With Winter's breath the night is sealed
A starlit Eden is revealed, moon rising over open field
And muted trees that long to speak of frozen beauty,
Tonight just creak; silly people never stop to muse
Just shake the stardust from their shoes
For such times we all then grieve
Life's sonnet rhymes when we believe.
From Winter's bite comes Spring's soft kiss
And Nature's metamorphosis
From shrouded, clouded angry sky
Emerges Heaven's butterfly.
With bleat of lamb and budded morn
Heaven smiles upon the earth reborn.
Artist and poet on balmy eve
Each steal one moment to believe.
Our wine toasts absent friend the Sun
Who spreads honey over lost dreams once spun
Across meadow to bathe shy flower in hope,
Then piercing treetops; God's kaleidoscope.
The raging hiss of Summer's bliss
Duets with breeze the soul to ease
With perfumed promise lovers receive
One breath from heaven mimes- believe.
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