Book Seasons Poems | Book Poems About Seasons

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God's Coloring Book

Turning the pages of God's coloring book
Beauty everywhere we look
Human minds cannot comprehend
The Greatest of artists and His pen

Each season, paints a different scene
Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring
The sun in summer, so yellow and bright
Forests of green such a beautiful sight

Vivid blues take on the sky
White clouds float steadily by
Green grass covers the land
Oceans blue meet white sand

Autumn brings leaves changing
Hues of warmth, colors ranging
Sunflowers, yellow and brown 
Burgundy splashed all around

Breathtaking views of Autumn Fall
Mountains covered with majestic awe
The color of orange sprouts from the ground
Wearing stems green for a crown

Winter skies taken over with gray
Snow covered mountains, beauty displayed
Country roads, snow covered trees
So much to behold, the eye to see

The moon's faded hue, lights up the sky
Galaxy of colors, such a delight
The ground lies in beautiful white
As silver stars dance on high

Spring brings a vibrant view
Roses of red, Violets of blue
Camellias in shades of pink
Pastels from God's colored ink 

Dandelions, cover the grass
A shade of yellow to add some class
Everything bright and anew
Handpicked of God's perfect hues

The elegance of God, none to compare
So vibrant yet so fragile and fair
In awe of everywhere we look
The beauty of God's coloring book

Written by: Donetta Harless
                   Thursday, August 25, 2016

Copyright © Donetta Harless | Year Posted 2016

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The Book Of Seasons

The trees are forced to watch
As their leaves begin to age
For the chapter on Summer is over
As Autumn turns the page

The trees must say goodbye
To the shadows upon the ground
Their shadows now seem different
For the shade cannot be found

As Autumn turns the final page
The leaves begin to fall
For Autumn's chapter is much too short
As Winter comes to call

But when Winter's frigid fingers
Finally turn the page
The season of colors is over
For Autumn has left the stage

But once again as time goes by
Only God knows all the reasons
Spring returns to bring the leaves
As it opens the Book of Seasons

Copyright © Larry Belt | Year Posted 2011

Details | Ballad |


The Faeries of Heartstone 
inlaid The Wise Ways 
In a bound book 
In the Kings' Library 

Illuminated words 
So carefully bound 
A journal too... 
Inside, all the names, 
of all the Kings and Queens 
and all who had served before 
Such beauty you never saw 

The opened book 
Warm glow 
Chapters and words 
Spilled across the pages 
Colourful illustrations 
Recording the seasons and ages 

The words 
The love of all things 
The whispering trees 
The love of all seasons 
The love of winds 
The love of starlight 
The love of sunbright 

The chapters unfold 
With colour 
With gold 

Copyright © Matthew Brackley | Year Posted 2007