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Seasons With a Sister

Updated on August 23, 2012


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Rachael Christine Schlingmann  9/21/88 - 8/10/12
Rachael Christine Schlingmann 9/21/88 - 8/10/12 | Source

In the sun-burned orange of an August day

and the wet of hot upon breezes blows

those winds of where the angels play

and dragons fly in wisps of rose

and a friend knows


Watermelon seeds are sticky in teeth

and dragons fly smiling where flowers grow

the wind still catches the same of the trees

and we laughed until the seeds we sowed

and a friend knows


As red and yellow leaves will fall

in autumn as the wind it grows

and we ask God to help us all

but scarecrows were meant for the crows

and a friend knows


Softly snow from Heaven's Grace

and we cut the tree from the stem is grows

so we set the table with him a place

not quite as fast as time it goes

and a friend knows


The heart shaped candies and colored eggs

and pansies popped up in a row

the sun now shining on my face

and love is seeding within my soul

and a friend knows


August moon returns into sky

and the wetness slips back to my toes

the angels and dragons return to fly

when I cut my finger on her rose

and a friend knows.

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      Kristi Sharp 5 years ago from Born in Missouri. Raised in Minnesota.

      Thank you.

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      IAmForbidden 5 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      your poem is beautiful...