Seasons of Rhyme

It’s March 21st. Spring is here! The snow is melting. Warm weather is near. The birds are singing. The grass reappears. Trees bud new leaves. The spring flowers bloom. The earth smells fresh. Nature awakes from its rest.

It’s June 21st. Summer is here! School is out! Children run about! Fishing is fun. People bask in the sun. When it gets too hot, folks find a cool spot. A swim in a pool or a lake feels great!

It’s September 21st. Fall is here! Leaves fall from trees. You feel the autumn breeze. The air is cool. Children return to school. Fresh apples taste great! The farmers can’t wait… to get in the fields and harvest their crops.

It’s December 21st. Winter is here! Snow covers the ground. Holiday sights abound. Gifts are bought. The perfect Christmas tree is sought. Ice skating and sledding are fun outdoor play. Children get excited about a snow day! Always dress warmly. It’s cold out there! Wear warm hats and gloves and long underwear.

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