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Seasons in Haikus

Rain feeding flowers.

One more spring shower passes

Bringing life to trees.

 

Heat burning soft skin,

The sun's heat during summer

Forms bright sunburned cheeks.

 

Gone are steam filled days.

The leaves are changing colors.

They descend in piles.

 

White snow hides dead grass.

The singing birds retreated,

Hiding in the south.

 

A year has flown right by

The minds and souls of many.

The memories fade.




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