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Rattled by her flamboyant skins
Dazzled eyes be-laud the colors
Roundabout the vast globe spins
Rainbow’s stretch beseem fine decors
Songs and praises touch ears this time
To dance and sing sweet tunes again
This skin of hers sooths well this clime
Of white dewy flakes most glad to rain
Startled by her dissimilar display
At far off lands of shadow skins
Fierce cold and dusty sand does play
Same rhythmic tunes the entire air brings
Dews and hazes brace high tall trees
To whistle and howl merry songs aloud
Ring ring a bell, tickle hairs in a tease
Thick wooly clothes most wear in a crowd
Sprawled out lazily once snappy-white fox
Cuddled under covers past dawn’s hunting trips
Sleepy happy eyes dreaming gifts from folks
Earth’s skin so dear, much love one reaps
Cockling cuckoo crows bring dawn closer ears
Drowsy tired morning so dull to arise
Smiling temperate sun shares much love with cheers
Make so bright these days else our joys melt on ice
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