In Your Winters Sweet Embrace - Poem by Allistair Solomon
In your Winters sweet embrace,
We'll watch the stars burn out in space.
For we know when spring comes round,
The tulips beauty once more will sound.
So we stand proudly in the rain,
Knowing that life is not in vain.
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