Seasonal Walks


Winter is a slippery time for walking

My clunky boots skate along the ice

The temperature is chillingly shocking

On this adventure, I’ve only fallen twice


Spring blooms of bright scented flowers

I stride along the peaceful trail

With my golden retriever I walk for hours

Striving to keep up to his wagging tail


Evening walks in the summertime

Smoky campfires galore

Up the hills my mother and I climb

Exchanging laughs as we stroll down the jagged shore


Enjoyable fall hoodie weather is here

The vibrant colored leaves are drifting

I smile as I cross the paint-chipped wooden pier

These serene autumn walks are uplifting 


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