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A Season's Dance

God's patterned quilt woven 
tight 
Upon the circled earth
A kaleidoscopic jewelled kite 
Our sadness and our mirth. 

Summer's scorching pulsing 
heart 
Beats relentlessly on the 
ground 
Where children's laughs in billy 
carts
Are heard o'er the mound.

Yellow, red and orange sprinkle
When autumn takes its hold 
Blushing rubies playfully tinkle 
As they fall into the cold.

Heavy, white blanket - drowsy, 
tired
Claims it's bed o'er the world
Bare trees are no more admired
And the bears are tightly 
curled.

When hope at last, opens it's 
eyes
Bright daffodils lift their chins
The baby bird successfully flies
And the beauty of life begins. 


Laura Hassell

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