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TRUST JESUS TODAY
I had this in the challege, but most folks wanted me to write it over. So here it is!
January is the month of a winter bloom,
Into February, which flows in with love?
Bloom into March with a calm wind, and goes out like a lion.
April brings showers, which bring Mayflowers.
June come’s in like a light to brighten our days.
July comes in as a bang, its boom, and out with a hot sizzle.
August is a beach month, that you can sun bath away.
September comes with a beauty of arbor we all enjoy,
October the leaves begin falling from the trees.
November the cool calm weather begins.
December balls up with changing in temperature.
Changing of clothing,
Of all Celebrations,
Happy Birthday to all
Continue to enjoy your birthday month.
May God forever Blessed you seventy plus ten years on this earth.
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