Seasons of Life

May 25, 2009
By Leigh Ann Ives BRONZE, Saint Joseph, Michigan
Leigh Ann Ives BRONZE, Saint Joseph, Michigan
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Brand new sights and sounds abundant,
Spring of life bristles anew.
Fragile flowers crave love and affection,
Fervent desire to grow healthy and strong.
Fertilization; food for the spirit,
Like sowing the seeds through God’s hand.
Approaching summer of life,
Turbulent weather prevails.
Settling calm of summer rolls in,
The whole entirety works in unison.
Abruptly ends the sound of Summer,
Mother Nature switches gears.
Reaping the benefits of seeds sown,
The autumn of life meanders in.
Faded clouds fill the sky,
Only a few leaves remain.
Blanket of snow shrouds over slumber,
Winter of life passes by.
Patiently awaiting new life to come,
Spring of life will soon happen again.


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