Winter's Letter to the World

April 18, 2012
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I hope that you'll forget me not
In those months when I've come to pass
I hope you'll not forget the snows
Which melt to grow your sweet spring grass

I know I linger in your mind
As my chill lingers in the air
I know the sun unfurls her rays
To vanquish what I once made there.

I hear the sounds of meadow larks
Returned to homes my snowfalls took
I hear the rush of waters fast
My ice melted from ev'ry brook.

I guess your lives move on ahead
To tow'ring clouds and weather fine
I guess you all forgot the days
When for my great white coat you pined.

I find that you push me away
Grow flowers where I once grew flakes
I find that time still rolls along
To melt my heart before it breaks.

I hope that time begins to mend
And in your hearts I'll hold a spot
I hope smiles wait for my return
I hope that you forget me not.

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