Seasonal Shifts


Orange vessels sail the breeze
Floating on His cordial breath
Drifting down to wintry depths
Coloring the barren earth beneath
Soon to be swallowed by Jack
What frozen ivory should annul
Golden rays imbue
As ramose apple arms scrape the sky
Vermillion stains the surface
Only to morph lackluster
Then the orange sails shall be raised once more

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