As Seasons Pass

With warm tea and sweaters, we welcome the autumn
Leaves festive with color and some may have fallen
The sun's rays peek from trees gentle fingers
Casting a light, despite all it still lingers

Winter, defined by falling snow
The howling winds, a heated glow
From a fireplace burning by the tree
Holding children's gifts, and a reason to believe

A time of rebirth is the essence of spring
Curiosity and excitement of what the season will bring
Blemishes of the past washed away by rain showers
Hope for the future in a mass of May flowers

While summer is short-lived there's a story it tells
Of new love and friendship, the rest you know well
In life we live well, though there is no forever
But a bond with happiness remains one unsevered

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