Spring bursts forth in glowing verdure,
The embodiment of a soul both playful and calm.
Grass and flower and tree uninjured
Weave with the wind a youthful tale of yore.

Summer pioneers its wild and steadfast freedom;
The sun is king and holds full sway.
The joy of many, the burden of some--
These are months 
wherein totality  comes.

Fall arrives, in stately anticipation. 
Color erupts, a fire of gold and red.
The air hurries you gladly to a joyful occasion,
To celebrate this cozy, friendly season.

Winter comes next, the oldest of seasons.
And though many bemoan its venerable snows,
There is eloquence in a hushed word unspoken,
And there is grace in a soul by pain unbroken.

Seasons pass, billowed and furled--
Joys come, sorrows go--
And though wars rage, and mountains into seas be hurled,
Still "God's in His Heaven; all's right with the world."


  1. Olivia! This is gorgeous. Such eloquent words. :-)

  2. What a beautiful poem! And the pictures go so well with the theme. I've always dabbled in poetry, but nothing like that. :)

    1. Thank you so much, Laura! Ooh, you should post some of your poetry some time. Do it;)

  3. This was very pretty, Olivia! You have such a talent for poetry! I especially like the last stanza-and your use of the Anne quote!

    1. Thanks, Natalie! I appreciate that so much:) Heehee, yeah, I suddenly thought of it and was like, "That's perfect!" :D

    2. The Anne quote, I mean:)

    3. Heehee, yes it was perfect! ;)

  4. I'm always late to the party, hehe. :-P I just had to add my two bits and say I loved it! I truly wondered at first if you were quoting it. :-) I'm glad you are posting your poems! And also, that last line fit so wonderfully, I loved how you used the Anne Shirley quote. *dreamy sigh* Oh, and those pictures are so beautiful!
    ~Miss Meg March

    1. Haha, that's fine! I love your comments anyway;)
      Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. You're all so sweet:D Yeah, the Anne quote makes me happy;)


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