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Hallow Eve to Candlemas,the sun now turning south,also;November 
sombre,December dark,January,February cold and stark.Catkins litter the forest 
floor,beeches shed their leaves galore.Gales melange the mix,as decay brings 
nature's bionomics.Hexagon pointed stars move and shift ,into a patterned 
powdered drifts.Rain filled days of slush and muck,webs on shards of gossamer 
stuck.Twilight months in winter shade until the snowdrops matamorphise in the 

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