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summer's kiss

 
the lilting sun sang of summertime
when in full array  
the flowers in tune  
did dance for their God
 
now sleepy in the garden
his warming rays too far away to wake them
they one by one closed their petals
and prepare for winter's Odyssey  
 
as frost took over the land
all nature protested the end to summer's gayety  
alas with a kiss and a promise
the sun sank behind the horizon
to rise again the following season


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