Sebastian Leaver From the shadows into the moonlight all in one life
Woodland - Poem by Sebastian Leaver From the shadows into the moonlight all in one life
The midnight sun bellows humid heat.
Turning beautifull snow into sleat.
Tree's soaked in mud.
Branches hit the ground with a cracking thud.
Nature turns to look.
When the earth is shook.
Crushed flowers behaving depresed.
Theire actions represed.
And as soon as something starts.
All is calm again.
And nature goes its own way.
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