Summer and Fall

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Day and night ,So very alike
He’s the Summer, and she’s the Fall.
So graceful together, yet separated apart.
He comes by once in a while,
Just to see her smile.
And always misses by an inch,
So far away, So far away.

If he could only see
The dimness of her glee.
So close to taste, so close today.
Yet gone tomorrow, far away.
So far away.

He would wait for his time gone,
Till she comes back, pride in all.
And he would wait, for very moon after,
Wishing the stars would move on faster.

Yet the time never comes,
for that one special day,
When summer and fall finally
come to play.
When both season come at once,
To gaze deeper in romance.

To gaze deeper at the cause,
For nature’s natural laws.
Separated from the start,
From their long loving hearts.

This poem was written/submitted by David Villanueva.

Category: Nature Poems
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