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The Eclectic Pen - Four Seasons

By: Danielle K. (wintersqt4ever)   + 4 more  
Date Submitted: 1/2/2007
Genre: Literature & Fiction » Poetry
Words: 54

  The snow falls dreary
On this afternoon day
Living life
In its own way
Falls above
The high tree tops
Winter came
In a heavy frost
Freefalling snow
Pours in a heavy mass
Drip Drop, Drip Drop
It melts away
Bringing in great sunny flowers
The tikes spring with joy
The sun shines brightly
Summer has come
Kids become anxious
The leaves fade to golden
Browns, oranges, and reds
Fall has come again.

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MiMi-G - 1/3/2007 11:10 AM ET
What a great way to describe the seasons. I love your poem Danielle.
Theresa F. (pumpkin) - 1/3/2007 4:41 PM ET
Danielle, for whatever it's worth, I think this is a great poem, somewhat in the line of e.e. cummings. I really enjoyed it, and the imagery it contained. Nice work. Theresa Pierce
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