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Seasons

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Seasons

Each time a new season arrives
I see again with eyes afresh 
which one do I love best?
spring? summer? autumn? winter?

There's only one answer
I love them all anew
so fresh is each at start
then slowly they fade away

The wonders of spring
the promise of new life
each time my heart gladdens
opens wide to embrace

But then summer follows
such beauty everywhere
masses of colourful flowers
matched by beauteous butterflies

Fast on heels comes autumn
the Reds, Browns and Golds
harvests of all good things
the beauty of the bare trees

Last but not least
winter's icy fingers
hoar frost's on the trees
pure unblemished snow

How can one choose
so lets toast each one
for the beauty they bring
no contest no choice to make

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