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The Seaosning of the Seasons

A poem

By Lucy Dan (she/her/她)Published 2 years ago 1 min read
The Seaosning of the Seasons
Photo by Chris Lawton on Unsplash

Autumn’s arrival

punctuated by

the wafting spices,

of cinnamon, of pumpkin spice,

of strong teas and comfort.


Winter’s feast

fill us to the brim

with turkeys and cookies,

hot choco and marshmallows.


Spring awakens

with the return of

birds chirping

singing the dawn

of a new year of growth.


Summer’s touch

finally embraces us

under the warmth

of the vibrant sun,

sneakily toying with our hair

with that dash of unpleasant humidity.


These are the seasonings

of the seasons,

the spice that keeps

the cycle of each year

vibrant and alive.


This poem was first published here.


About the Creator

Lucy Dan (she/her/她)

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