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Seasons Past

Bound is the significance of autumn’s course
Perished in Decembers cold,
And a symbol of its thoughts and deeds
Shall go to they imagined,
But I lay on a bed of polished silk 
Staring at an evening star 
And hoping for winters passage 

Trees ever sway in this calm breeze 
Gracing the air of the cool night,
And moonbeams dance to songs that are played 
While signs of twilight change,
Cast out a mark from banished light 
That shall melt the winter snow 
Under the softer rains of spring

Emotions dwell in the fallacy of life,
Like the whisper of a child’s tear,
When a meaning limited to its own intent
Remains in our desire;   
Come to see a seed take route 
In the quiet of the morning dew
As summer slips away 

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  1. Date: 4/5/2014 3:20:00 PM

    This is a very attractive lyric without the usual clichés, that's to your credit. If I may suggest that the 3rd from last line in the 3rd stanza, the word I think you mean is "root" not "route." Unless you're using "route" with a meaning other than "as a road"? Best to you in your writing endeavors. C.L.

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