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I see you in the wind that blows,
And in the rain that falls.
I see you in the sun that shines,
And in the leaves that start to crawl.

You are part of me.
Of my nature, of my seasons.

I see you in Winter,
When days turn cold,
Water turns ice,
And wood turns fire.

I see you in Summer,
When sunlight comes,
Days last longer,
And the fun turns younger.

I see you in Autumn,
When leaves turn orange,
And start to fall,
Into the sadness of their fate.

I see you in Spring,
When flowers start blooming,
And the birds start singing.

Seasons go by,
Days change.
You change.
We change.

I see you in the wind that blows,
The rain that falls.
The sun that shines,
And in the leaves that start to crawl.



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GeorgeProensagh said...
Dec. 11 at 4:15 am
I find it incredible that I'm the first person to comment on this, but as I have that honour, I must say this is a beautiful poem. The symbolism and imagery remind me very much of Keats' "Ode to Autum", were it not for the unconstrained way in which you have composed your poem, making it, in my opinion, far more appealing than his. Of course that the lack of a formal structure separates it completely from the Romantic period, which is excellent for a contemporary poem. What I f... (more »)
 
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