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Chilly Spring

It was a chilly spring night
Though the flowers in the front
Yard had bloomed
The frost was not gone

And the sky was twilight
Somewhere between dark and light
Of the purple pink
It shone the stars bright

And from the calm wind around
Came no sound
But where within the trees
Were you
Soaring from the very world

The seasons come and go
Where have you been my old dear
I keep this loving memory
Where our hearts were never broken
Hopes never frozen still

The birds slowly sang the morning
Of the loneliness felt within
An evening of twinkling sky came
To an end. Yet you were to be found.

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A poem worthy of a 10!
The poem has a natural flow of words and imagery.
A lovely poem of love, loneliness and hope. Poignant yet heartwarming. Great imagery.