Seasons Of Life - Poem by James Casey
Seasons Of Life
Spring, was my childhood days, full of freedom, fun,
Innocent bliss, carefree thoughts, only sun.
An upbringing, that can be faulted, at times, was swept away.
Deserted by a family, harmful things, weren't at bay.
Summer, was my teenage years, alone, at just sixteen.
Living with, what's thrown my way, there was, no in between.
Hopes and dreams, shattered, With no priorities, in my life.
I had to hide away, my tears, no mother for my strife
Along speeds, the Autumn, Divorced, with children grown,
Recovering, from an illness, Family near, but still alone.
Now, a woman strolled, into my heart, and changed, my world, again.
Carefree times are here for me, laughter now, not pain Amen.
I live each day, as it comes, keeping a rein, on my bad dreams.
Knowing, my life, Will never again be torn apart at the seams
When Winter, comes a knocking, I know, I've reached my goal,
And will be, looking through the eyes, Of a re-generated soul
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