Jona PoloRamirez

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The Colour of My World


Seasons reflect stages of my life
Winter purity of mind, spring a nurture
To my empty life, summer and fall
Defines my life's desire.

In spring water did fall, flowers an array
Of colours, green love in life shows
Pink and more declare love's call
Blooming from within a knock on one's soul.

Summer warms the heart and soul
Thus a warm thought longing to repine
Time passes by love circled mine
A dent in the heart pain left behind.

But summer warmth engendered by time
Your love forever a garden in my life,
Nature's cycle forever it will guide
Our mind in spirit forever entertwined.

Fall a multicoloured drift, life's journey
Strengthened by memory, trod on the ground
Our destiny will fare, in life we're apart
Yet in love we're entertwined.

Submitted: Thursday, December 28, 2006
Edited: Friday, December 17, 2010

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