I'Ve Never Known Winter - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
I've never known winter
Those chilly winds and bitter cold,
Days so freezing they hinder
The going out on slippery roads.
I've always known summer,
Warm and carefree, so light.
It's always pleasing, sunny weather
That makes me feel alright.
In this life I've known more
Than just the passing seasons,
I've known what I live for
Why I am here and my reasons.
I've learned to rise up when down,
To see mistakes and correct them.
For I will reap what I have sown
That I seek Wisdom like a gem.
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