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The redbud in bloom

 Springtime passing too soon

Summer blazes upon the countryside

Winds travel far and wide

The skies azure, the fields green

Flowers by the wayside

Butterflies - delicate, delightful - can be seen

Sun bakes the grounds, ripens the fruit

Lightning strikes in electrifying mood

The air now is thick and still, then clear and good

Nights swelter, mornings follow cool suit

Autumn approaches at long last Leaves turning colour, glorious and bright

Rains fall, fogs shroud nature's might

Warmth soon belongs to the past

Winter - though bitter and cold -

Offers a respite from all things too bold...

Snow flings a soft mantle upon young and old

Thus the Seasons - ever cycling - unfold.


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/28/2005
Beautifully created and expressed, Gina. I love the changes of the seasons. Never boring. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Ashraf Goreja (Reader) 9/15/2003
Regina. This is most beautiful and excellent write.

Reviewed by Victoria Murray 7/27/2003
Beautifully written (as always).


Reviewed by Debra Stiles, The Original Mister 7/13/2003
how wonderful..I very much enjoyed
Reviewed by Jimmy Holder 7/12/2003
I love your style and technique in this poem. I'm a nature type guy and this poem really warms my soul. Thank you!

-- Thank you for your review of my Short Story - Missy SeaHorn's Solution!
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 7/8/2003
Good poem Regina but the part about the snow really bit me. I love snow but last year it snowed so bad and I had to shovel so much, I don't want to see any snow for a long time. so I'll cut your poem off in the snow season part. GEM
Reviewed by Mary Deal 7/2/2003
Very visual poem, Gina! Beautiful.
Reviewed by Ronald Dondiego 6/26/2003
Oh, but these are such lovely images, and such a perfectly flowing poem is rare to find nowadays. (Actually, I have become partial to my Crow Friends)! Hahaha! My love to you as always.
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 6/25/2003
I am not much for the winter cold but you make it sound so inviting. Spring will always remain my favorite for clime. Excellent piece of work, Regina.
Reviewed by E. Richardson 6/25/2003
Excellent work!
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 6/23/2003
You make the harsh winter seem bearable, thats no mean feat for a winter recluse like I am.
TY Regina,
((((((Warm Hugs)))))
Reviewed by S. Holland (Reader) 6/16/2003
Very pretty.
Reviewed by Charles Mann (Reader) 5/17/2003
excellent writing my friend,Charlie
Reviewed by Russ Okamura 5/10/2003
This poetry touched upon all my senses! You have such a masterful command at your poetic passion!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 5/7/2003
A beautiful capture of the seasons!

Ps: I like smiley's too :-)
Reviewed by Toris Okotie 5/4/2003
Well done, we are now in Spring.
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 5/3/2003
Marvelous write many beautiful colorful images surface to mind
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 5/2/2003
The seasons are captured so brilliantly in your poem. Thank you my friend.

Love, JC xoxoxo
Reviewed by Digital Fairy 4/28/2003
Oh this is beautiful! Lovely description, I could vividly picture this :)

Reviewed by Digital Fairy 4/27/2003
Thank you for four seasons. Some poets insist on three - I disagree.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/24/2003
Beautifully done, Regina. And always renewal. Bravo.
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 4/22/2003
Hi Gina, This was so pleasant. It just flowed along so merry.

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 4/22/2003
Reviewed by Trixie Love 4/22/2003
Well hi stranger,
How nice to see you back.
With such a lovely write.

Trixie :)
Reviewed by (Reader) 4/22/2003
You captrue poinantly the essence of the seasons, I enjoyed this much,

Reviewed by Heidi Klein (Reader) 4/22/2003
Beautifully done Regina, you paint a wondrous picture ... eloquently told.
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