The Seasons

September 22, 2012
By shelshock SILVER, Holcomb, Missouri
shelshock SILVER, Holcomb, Missouri
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The sweet breeze of a summers kin

Not a single words breath could break the skin
The tentalizing smells of a winters sway

The pines' smell carries through the day
The fresh hopes of a springs flower

Spray us like a heavy shower
The beautiful colors of another fall

Makes me wish the years I could stall
The passing of another year

Reminds me to hold my family dear

The author's comments:
It is a lovely poem about the seasons and about how time passes so swiftly, and to hold the ones you love while you can.

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