Natura Tripudio (Nature's Dance)

Snowflings falling gently down
Touching the desolate street
Happiness in the darkness drown
When end and beginning meet

Soon a wisp of light is shown
Only to be stolen by the night
Trees creak loud and moan
As mother nature adjusts her sight

Winter has come and gone
Now spring bloom approach
The sun turns its beams on
As hunters begin to poach

Deer calves dance in the fresh grass
Rejoiced at the season of playfulness
One older lad bring flowers to his lass
And his love he does deeply confess

Warmth is heightened and summer arrive
Drinks are chilled and quickly ingested
With pleasure into the water they dive
Later in evening, satiated and rested

Back to work and problem-filled lives
Trees solemnly shake their coats
The human race another season survives
As fiery red leaves in the wind floats

Once again, snowflings tumble
Autumn has finally abandoned its stance
Warmth again begins to crumble
As mother nature continues her dance

Natura Tripudio (Nature's Dance)

Preacher

Joined December 2007

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