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Change of the Seasons
by lynn gipson 
05/05/12
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Change of the Season

Colors of brown
Slowly become green
Dead foliage sprouts buds
For the forest yet unseen

Gray limbs hang low
Sun filters through trees
Shadows streak pale lights
Godĺs miracle to see

Gray and green hues
Blend ever so softly
Creation in progress
Limbs entwine loftily

Strolls in this beauty
Beckoning all creation
Wildlife rejoices
Feathered voices vibrating

This beautiful change
God brings for all beings
Often goes unnoticed
This change of the season







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