A Song for a Season

I’ll write you a song for a season
In a manner of something new;
Shall have neither rhyme nor reason,
The song I’ll sing to you,

Spring shall be past and dwindled
Before my song is done,
And summer’s fire be kindled
And fade in summer’s sun,

And autumn’s leaves be browning
And choking autumn’s weirs
And winter skies be frowning
With winter’s frozen tears,

And other years be bringing
The scent of something new,
Before I’ve done with singing
The song I’ll sing to you.


A Song for a Season

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