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Seasons – for the Frost Prompt

So here is a little something for this weeks prompt ‘Frost’.
 
In the summer,
When the sun shone.
We both knew, that
Our hearts had been won.
 
In the autumn
When the frost came.
We already knew,
We both felt the same.
 
In the winter,
When the snows fell.
A moment apart,
Was like living in hell.
 
In the spring,
Along comes new life.
By then you will be,
My trouble and strife.

About Julian Froment

I am 47 years old. I enjoy reading and writing. I graduated from the university of Kent with a BSc (Hons) in Physics, many more years ago than I care to think about.

9 comments on “Seasons – for the Frost Prompt

  1. Interesting how you put Hell with winter. Don’t see that very often.

  2. Trouble and strife sounds like the cockney description of spouse. Hummmmm . Liked the poem.

  3. It is that moment without that is hell…it will seem but a moment when it is over.

  4. I love this. You really said this so well.

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