~for Seasons~ - Poem by Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
Oh ambered leaf encased within my hold,
As fallen freinds most oft fade in dismay.
Grasp tight autumnal secrets to unfold,
A frosty dew descends upon in play.
Coming winter wresling within white,
While autumn slowly lifts to say gooodbye.
Frost has bitten as her wings extend in flight,
Next season on her carpet all will lie.
So harshly cold to not revoke chill's wrath,
Icy spokes your braches covet no more.
Winter no mercy lost souls upon paths,
Soon budding springtime, unleash showers pour.
Greeeness, flowered promises kiss the land,
Waits summer to extend her warming hand.
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