Sunday Sonnet!

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As Janus bids farewell for ‘nother year,
Fair Februa, with cleansing undertone,
For some infer new life will soon appear,
For others, though, warm Summer soon is done;
While northern farmers ready soil for seed,
Their southern counterparts prepare to reap;
No need for either to succumb to greed,
For Nature services our every keep.
What shame that bounty be not fairly spread,
As everyone must bear the colder climes;
None can survive without the daily bread,
And none escapes reward when Death’s knell chimes;
Thus be the cycle of this mortal life,
Though some be deemed to burden undue strife!

Β©Meanderings 2017

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23 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. As skilful and heart moving as ever.I like this photo too.:)xx

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  2. WE haven’t had much of a summer here anyway.

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  3. Great poet! a subtle reminder that we,down under have but few days left of our hot summer.

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  4. A beautiful poem with words that resound…..and I love the image. Thank you Bushka. Wishing you a beautiful week ahead….janet. xxx

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  5. Lovely! Hugs ❀

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  6. Lovely , Bushka…

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  7. Hi Bushka, this was a lovely sonnet. I love how you have put emphasis on the changes in the lives of people in different parts of the world with respect to changes in the climate πŸ™‚

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  8. nice poem! Fortunately we humans do have the knack of adjusting to various weather conditions. We have snow at the moment, but recently it was up to 50 degrees….and Spring is definitely on its way. πŸ™‚

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