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Winter In July

The rain drizzling down from a sunless gray sky
On a typical Winter's day of the southern July
And yet the flute like notes are quite pleasant to hear
Of the magpie who sings every day of the year
And the wattle trees resplendent in the cold Winter showers
Quite lovely to behold cloaked in their yellow flowers
They will have lost their blooms come September in the early Spring
The marvels of Nature such an amazing thing
On all Seasons of the year and every day
Her Seasonal beauty is always on display

To say that's Nature's beauty is dormant in Winter is surely a lie
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Friday, October 28, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: july
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