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There are so many things that I want and desire...
Ahh summer alas! Time to enjoy and take in life's wonders :)
The different seasons represented in the poem show our progress throughout our unique lives, ranging from our new beginnings to our eventual end.
It's so weird how I'm getting randomly more and more tired. It's probably due to the amount of responsibilities I now have.
Spring is the centerpiece for the meaning of blooming. We usually want to begin our lives fresh and free of problems, which is very similar to us as a kid. No stress, and only thinking about eating, sleeping, and playing.
Let me be, I know the time is coming soon...
Summer is the time of year where we focus on fun and experiencing our inner youth. The summer depicted in the poem similarly represents enjoyment and our adolescence. We are usually caught up in our dreams of being famous or having an abundance of money.
Where am I? R.I.P. me
Fall is a time of calmness. We aren't as lively during this time due to the incoming winter breezes and idleness of the world. Fall also means we must go back to work or school since the end of summer.
Death is near, death is here. Winter usually kills off most of the beautiful agriculture. Leaving only memories and wrinkles of what used to be. The more abundant white hairs of grass show that the time is near its end.
The poem gives us an overview of the average persons life. But for some, they would never get to experience the beaches of Santa monica, of the showering of falling leaves.
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