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Connie Marcum Wong

Amber Autumn (Sonnet)

To some, their youth was just sublime.
Then age crept up and over time
Their joy then faded with the years
As body changes led to fears.

Their days are spent rememb’ring when...
They long to see their youth again.
For those whose youth was filled with strife,
Their autumn years are best in life.

Now their retirement Is here,
Old age is far from what they fear.
Time now to enjoy and savour
Their rewards for past times labour.

It’s time to spread their wings and fly,
To enjoy God’s gifts ‘fore they die.

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The Birth of Spring (Constanza)

April graces us with showers,
As cold snows melt, their wintry scene
Is changed to many shades of green.

From tender shoots, soon, Spring flowers.
Apollo's face is golden fair....
The scent of spring is in the air.

As blossoms float down from bowers
When gusts of April breezes blow,
They spread below like golden snow.

I delight and watch for hours,
For truly at this time of year
I feel God's presence dwelling here.

Blessed and touched by divine powers.
The joy of springtime here on Earth
Is felt with every flower's birth.

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