Seasonal Poems

By Josie Whitehead

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By Josie Whitehead

Spirits of the Seasons

The Spirits of the Seasons dance
    Upon the wind and tide.
You see they’re here by what they do,
    Although they quietly hide.

Spirit Spring is warm and bright;
    She paints the grey skies blue.
From warming soil into the light
   Come blooms of every hue.

Spirit Summer grows the crops -
    Her sunshine bright and warm.
Farmers need to store their wheat
    Before a summer storm.

Spirit Autumn tumbles in
   Upon a bracing breeze;
Sending swallows on their way
   And blowing leaves from trees.

Spirit Winter, wild and raging,
   Bringing ice and snow;
Days are chilly, nights are long,
    But Spring follows, as we know.

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