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The four seasons

You remind me of the spring.
Because that’s when everything begins.
Your as beautiful as a flowering tulip;
you bring all of the bad weather to an end.

You remind me of the winter,
because you’re as beautiful as the skies,
after a long winters night-
starlight glinting against my eyes.

It rains and storms,
against my window during the summer.
You remind me of July storm lightning.
Because you make me cut off the lights and wonder.

Photosynthesis ends after summer;
In Autumn the leaves begin to fall from the trees,
eliminating everything that once was-
now you bring a cool Autumn breeze.

You remind me of spring fishing,
because when you kiss me-
your lips are as small as a largemouth bass;
using expensive bait is risky.

You remind me of a winter storm.
I can relax when ice covers the roads.
You’re their to comfort me in the morning,
your touch warms me when the weathers cold.

You’re as beautiful as the sunset,
on the first twilight of summer.
You clean me of all waste,
Like pipes fixed by plumbers.

I see the beauty of the seasons,
all within my one and only.
My true love.
Let’s hold hands and walk together slowly

Hello. My name is Will Hall. 39 years old. I have been a poet for over twenty years. I love writing Because it’s a form of therapy. My blog is


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