Lady's Ode To Frost - Poem by A.J. McKinley
Nothing gold can stay today...
Autumn comes then gold fades away.
But golden hues of light return,
Only when in love we yearn.
Soon the spring shall bring morning dew.
Then golden flowers return to you.
And on her hair of golden light,
That golden sun fades to night.
Night returns then fades to gray.
Soon all the gold has gone away.
When morning shines its golden rays.
Everything gold never really fades.
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