Peter Wang

Through Seasons And Time

Summer fades as Autumn comes;
Kids return to school and sums.
Leaves fall down as nights grow long;
Winds grow bold and sing a song.

Then Fall leaves for cold Winter;
Trees grow cold and go splinter.
Snow will cover all the land;
Winds will sing like a big band.

Flowers bloom and here comes Spring;
Life returns to have a fling.
Creatures come back to cavort;
Green leaves bud and nights grow short.

Summer comes to make a call;
Right before a frigid Fall.
We can play away the time;
While the sun goes on its climb.

As the seasons pass again,
Each will end as it began.
Years will pass and go through time,
As each day the clock will chime.

Years are formed as days pass on,
Then becoming an eon.
Time is given from the lord,
So we will all move forward.


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