Listen to the seasons poem

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Listen and learn about the season.


The seasons poem by Cecil Frances Alexander


The earth is warm, the sun's ablaze,
it is a time of carefree days;
and bees abuzz that chance to pass may see me snoozing in the grass.


The leaves are yellow, red, and brown,
a shower sprinkles softly down;
the air is fragrant, crisp, and cool,
and once again I'm stuck in school.


The birds are gone, the world is white,
the winds are wild, they chill and bite;
the ground is thick with slush and sleet,
and I can barely feel my feet.


The fields are rich with daffodils,
a coat of clover cloaks the hills,
and I must dance, and I must sing to see the beauty of the spring.

Here is the link to another poem by ecil Frances Alexander:

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"Summer, autumn, winter, spring" - Seasons