Hide And Seek - Poem by Patti Masterman
Nighttime clouds must veil the stars,
As we must veil our thoughts
And winter's clouds hide winter gales,
Unless the sunshine's bought.
And spindly branch of broken tree
Must scratch the shadowed day;
Until the spring arrives with wind,
When green uncovers May.
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