The Four Seasons

April 2, 2009
By Alan Lee BRONZE, Holmdel, New Jersey
Alan Lee BRONZE, Holmdel, New Jersey
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The trees have turned brown and red,
Autumn has finally here.
School is right ahead.
However, there is nothing to fear.

Roasted turkey, and Pumpkin pie,
Thanksgiving comes to mind.
All of this seems to imply,
That these are all intertwined.

Not too cold and not too warm.
For the weather of autumn is nice.
Next season there may be a storm.
And maybe even some ice.

Winter is here and it has brought,
Snow and ice and hail.
The wraith on the door that has been wrought,
And everything done in detail.

Most animals are not out,
Because of hibernation.
None of them moving about.
As is they were on vacation.

Snowmen, snow angels, and snowball fight,
Are just some of the exciting things.
All with the snow that is white,
And all the gifts that Santa may bring.

Finally, finally, spring has arrived
The time of warmth and rebirth.
All the things that survived,
Are now thriving in the earth.

Lady bugs, earthworms, and blue jays,
Again, come back alive.
They come to bask in the rays,
Of the sun that also did survive.

The temperature is mild,
There is a gentle breeze.
The children are all beguiled,
At all that they can sees.

Next, summer is begging to come
The hottest time of the year.
For the students it has become,
A time of rest, for autumn is coming near.

Beaches and amusement parks,
Are all fun places to go.
Just watch out for the sharks.
You’ll be fine as long as you stay low.

Bears, bees, and deer.
All are animals of this time.
They may seem scary, but do not fear.
For they are all sublime.

It then goes back to fall,
Then this process repeats like before
It doesn’t ever stall.
Over and over once more.

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