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Mother Nature

Mother Nature

Guardian to seasons fair
Wisps on curious air
Spring, summer, winter, fall
Intervals at beck and call

Ushering solstice rifts
Gilded sand gently shifts
Through a hourglass slide
Mother Nature shall abide

Refreshing taste of spring
Russets abreast sing
Croon forth balmy air
Summertide sultry flair

Autumn kisses blow nigh
Gifting colors on high
Treetops cascading bough
Invite Jack’s frosty sough

Tepid tis tempest blast
Rumored on a forecast
Shifts on vertex reprise
Spring again shall arise
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Terry Kay

Poetessdarkly, .this is a lovely poem.Β  You are so talented.Β  Enjoyed..thank you..Terry Kay

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Lorris Morris

Your work always great for the reading,,,,great work Lisa....all smiles

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sparrowsong

Hello Poetess...

Beautiful write!

The weather here can't make up its mind just yet...

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Thank you for sharing...

Hugs...

Little sparrow

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Syd

Amazing poem Lisa, your writing has such a great flow and this piece paints a picture of the changing seasons beautifully.

- Syd xoΒ 

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Silent Dreamer

Wow, this is so beautiful! You know how to perfectly encapsulate the feeling of the topic into your writing😍I could feel spring! 

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Nigel Cresswell

Lovely write lovely Lisa. I can't wait for spring.
Nigel

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