General Poetry posted January 20, 2019


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These are the feelings that come over me in all the seasons

The Spice Of The Seasons

by Christine C Autry

It starts with Spring the birth of sweet flowers, new leaves, mowed grass and rain showers.

Fresh cool mornings, and weddings and new tomorrows.

Thunderstorms, gardening, marketing, and farming.

The death of winter comes alive in Spring.

The suns rays light embarks again.

Spring comes ringing in.

Then comes Summer in the Sun.

Boat rides and beaches, and pool fun.

Camping, biking, and hiking and wildflower smells.

On blue waters with boats setting sail.

A cold glass of lemonade, carnivals, and fairs.

Sunburns, concerts, and dancing to share.

My this is a fun time of the year.

Up next is fall sometimes the most loved of them all.

Leaves of so many beautiful bright colors vibrant big and small.

Harvest of the fields.

Workers spread everywhere even up and down the hills.

Ghost and goblins at the Halloween ball.

Cooler nights with Jack Frost coming to call.

This is my thoughts on fall.

In comes Winter with a cold blast.

Snuggled up in the warm at last.

A hot cup of coffee by a crackling fire.

Watching the snow fly hour by hour.

Snow blanketing the hills beyond and above.

The smell of pine trees feelings of love.

The Season of winter coming home to rest.

A time for family in this winter of jest.

This is Winter at its best.

Now that we have gone through them all.

Which Season do you like most of all?











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