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Four Seasons Without You - Poem by Black on Black Arts
Nature comes to life with florescent flowers in bloom bright,
lively trees filled with colorful leaves. Birds chirp songs of love, signs of spring brings love to the forefront.In love we were reminiscing of picnics by the lake
followed by long walks in the park.Loving every moment as we watched squirrels at play. Thinking to myself the only thing more beautiful than spring is you.Happy times long since past.
Sunny skies and scorching heat brings in summer, fireworks and cook
outs excite the senses.Remembering trips out of town and painting the town red at night, followed by moonlit dips in the ocean and love making under the stars.Good times gone but not forgotten.
Fall hits and there's a crispness in the air as the leaves begin to fall.
Shorts and t-shirts are replaced with pants and long sleeves.I think of the times snuggled up under a warm blanket on the couch watching movies and eating popcorn together.Loving you in fall was the highlight of my season.Now replaced with days and nights alone looking outside my window pane as the leaves blow off the trees.
Bitter cold from the north sweeps down as winter sets in.Snowflakes fall from the sky, as we watch in amazement.Intimate dinner for two followed by hot cocoa and even hotter sex fueled our winter wonderland.Holidays filled with gentle kisses under the mistletoe gift giving and cheer while drunk off spirits.Celebrating the new year was fireworks on it's own.Now my winters are spent without you, there's nothing worth celebrating.
Four seasons of happiness I loved and shared with you is now four seasons of loneliness as I go thru changes as the seasons change without you.
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