Changing of The Seasons
The seasons intertwine through the snowflakes of winter.
Delicate formations that show us no temper.
When the heat rises and summer is here.
There’s a rage that you portrayed when holding your beer.
The put downs, and scoffs that fell like an autumn leaf.
Falling to my knees in such disbelief.
The seasons show me just how little you cared.
As I crawled away wearing such fear.
There is a celebratory time of Spring where I felt somewhat safe.
As the butterflies, and humming birds were full of such grace.
Copyright © Jayme Chapin | Year Posted 2021
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