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Seasons....
by Ankita Panda
God has gifted us so many things.
One of them is seasons.
Just imagine if we never had seasons
And had to live always in the same forever,
Life would have been so boring.
Each season has its own sweet reason,
To make a colurful fusion of comparison.
Summer is full of thirst and heat,
Which makes all eat ice creams as a treat.
Summer makes way for the rain,
Farmers  welcome it after the pain.
Monsoon brings in lightening and thunder,
Going out without a raincoat or an umbrella is a blunder.
Then comes autumn which is  also called fall,
A carpet of leaves and lovely colours overall.
Winter brings in the shivering cold,
Lots of fresh vegetables and warm quilts for the old.
There is fog and snow,
Making all the trees bow in a row.
The last but not the least
And the best is spring,
Sweet, warm, happy, making everybody sing.
Every season is important,
If it is stays good and consistent.

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10-Mar-2012
 
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