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Spring and Fall

In verdant spring, a child's laugh takes flight,
Beneath a canopy of emerald light.
Petals dance, in the vernal air,
As hope blooms free, without a care.

Yet, comes the fall, with auburn hue,
Leaves whisper tales, as winds ensue.
A gentle sorrow in the heart doth lie,
As nature sings its lullaby.
Falling leaves in fall


Spring and Fall” is a poem that juxtaposes the vibrant, hopeful energy of spring with the reflective, melancholic beauty of autumn. It portrays the cycle of life and emotions through the metaphor of seasons, highlighting the innocent joy in spring and the wistful contemplation in fall. The poem uses nature as a canvas to depict the changes not just in the environment, but also within the human heart.

Inspirations Behind

As I penned “Spring and Fall,” I found myself reflecting on the profound beauty of life’s transitions. The joyful exuberance of a child in spring, surrounded by new life and possibilities, was a vivid image in my mind. Contrastingly, autumn brought a sense of mature reflection, where the falling leaves seemed to echo the bittersweet realization of time passing. This duality in nature inspired me to explore the emotional parallels in our own lives.

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