The Winter's Cry

Poem By Adeyemi Joshua

Venus will not come,
Saturn often run.
Mars filled the earthen form,
Mercury; yet all burn.
Jupiter glows in pride,
Uranus take her on ride.
Earth alone made her stand,
Pluto spent her strand.
Neptune alone made a sigh,
As winter gave her cry.

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