Season to Season

From Ecclesiastes 3:1:  “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.

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Life’s journey moves into another season

Advancing time, with its definite reasons

 

Memories of seasons, they forever last

Recalling God’s creation, from seasons past

 

Life renews each and every spring

Arriving now, robins begin to sing

 

Harsh, dark winter—absent for good

Sending nourishing rains, because God could

 

Spring’s greenery gives way to summer

Seeing color-filled blossoms, never a bummer

 

Gardens filling with color and shapes

Maturing crops, waiting for harvest’s date

 

With summer’s waning days, autumn arrives

Changing colors, bring another fall alive

 

Maples, oaks, and others astound us

Feeling cooler temperatures, without any fuss

 

Autumn exits too soon, winter approaches

Bundling up, frigid cold boldly encroaches

 

Snow deepens from another Arctic blast

Asking, how long will winter last?

 

God guides lives through each season

Bringing hope, never question His reason

 

Eventually, another season arrives once again

Witnessing God’s creation, He decides when

 

Each season fuels life’s humble needs

Living with God, offering glorious deeds

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20 thoughts on “Season to Season

  1. Beautiful poem as you travel through the seasons…I love the ending as God provides for us no matter the season of our lives. I also like the lines above the ending: “God guides us through each season. Bringing hope, never question His reason”. We do not always understand why things happen the way they do, but God is in control at every turn. We must have faith and trust…As it is written in scripture, “His ways are above our ways, and His thoughts are above our thoughts.” Isaiah 55:8

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