Topic: SPRING; MOTHER OF NATURE
Spring is birth. when ice becomes water.
And barren soil becomes fertile
Seeds become plants
And trees will bloom
Blossom greets our eyes with colour once lost
Birds return to bring extra colour to the skies
Gardeners mow and turn their soil
And life begins again.
Summer, oh, those balmy days
Brighter, more colourful clothes
Gone are the coats and thick woolen jumpers
The fields and trees are full of glory
Rabbits, hares and squirrels play
And once again the happy sound of collecting bees.
Autumn, oh Autumn, begins hot and ends cool
Leafy glades become strewn with brown, fallen leaves
Once glorious green canopied trees are now shedding their bounty
Apples, pears, cherries and more
The gardener harvests his crops
And prepares the land for the time to come.
Winter; Where there is birth and youth then maturity
There follows demise, death and decomposition
Cold brings ice and snow. Freezing fog and disruption
How we envy those in warmer climes
Christmas comes and goes, alas
Easter brings us hope
Is there a light, a pinprick of light, distant in the darkness?
Spring. Again life begins anew