Seasons

April 19, 2013
By ACC326 SILVER, Cochranville, Pennsylvania
ACC326 SILVER, Cochranville, Pennsylvania
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Warmth thaws the world,
Life begins to form,
Blue cascades down,
A thousand drumming hooves,
Buds push thought their barrier
Color fills my eyes,
Fragrance fills the air
Sweet and pungent perfume,
Blossoms spill color everywhere
Splatters of vibrant paint,
Petals fragile as glass
Fall and shatter slowly,
Wind whispers softly,
Gusts begin to form,
Leaves release their grip
Color burns the ground,
Droplets start to freeze
Rainbow crystals form,
Delicate designs build a blanket,
Darkness invades the sky,
Lanterns dance through the night,
Light seeps through the black,
Another day begins
Another life starts



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Izzy Jobe said...
on May. 10 2013 at 10:50 am
Izzy Jobe, Gap, Pennsylvania
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I really like this poem because I feel like I am watching the seasons change out my window.


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