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ETERNAL BEAUTY, by            
First Line: Do not regret the passing on of spring
Last Line: Against a leaden sky.
Subject(s): Beauty; Nature; Seasons; Spring


Do not regret the passing on of spring,
For then the apple-blossoms fall like snow,
To drift in fragrant patches carpeting
The emerald field below.

Nor when the magic light of autumn dawn
May blush the leaf to yellow, mauve and rose,
To shower down in brightness, look upon
An earth where beauty glows.

Because they fall, in winter will appear
A loveliness concealed until they fly
On frosty wind; then etched delight stands clear
Against a leaden sky.





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