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The yellow sun surfaces
earlier than wonted.
My orbs are gaping wide
filled to the brink
with doubts and queries.
This pristine day bears forth
the halting of snow
and the standstill of rainfall
with cloudbursts.
However,in the end of
this frosty winter...
comes November.
Which brings springtime
as well as blooming chrysanths.
The Gregorian month of
death and birthdays;
pain and pleasures;
malediction and blessings;
even amnesia and memories.
But in the wake of the month,
we take only the pleasants
for keeps.
Leaving the negatives for the upcoming month.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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Jacob Chinyere is a tall,calm and compact aspiring poet. He's about a score old and has been writing since the turn of the last decade. He's in the University studying Veterinary Medicine. My tag on this site is "chin" and my e-mail is countjacob@yahoo.com more…

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