Spring - Poem by Gordon Jerome
As winter melts its grip on earth
Springtime blooms into summers birth
And summer breezes remind us all
Of a comfort found in the chill of fall
Rustling leaves that fall winds blow
Whisper awake winters cold and snow
But spring again shall have its day
As a year of seasons has passed away.
No matter what season your own life is in,
Somewhere there’s a new one about to begin.
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