Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Four Seasons in One Day--By George Ellison--England

Four Seasons in One Day

Now the sun it dawns on a brand new day
Brave Helios drives all the mists away
Spring is here now and I do hope to stay
Lunchtime comes around the sky turns dark
Glowering clouds make everything stark
Winter has returned to leave its mark
The Blossom it shrivels as the frost burns
It very much looks like spring’s taking turns
With autumn and winter as each returns
A hiatus in the noonday sun
It makes one believe that summer’s come
Daylight fades, temperatures undone
Four seasons in one day or so it seems
I go to bed and summers in my dreams

George L. Ellison is a writer of poetry and short stories. He has published three books called Poetic Reminiscences, Weaving Words and Reflections. George lives with his wife and dogs in Chester-Le-Street, County Durham in England. He is a member of The Writers and Poetry Alliance and owner of Poetry and short story ink.  George has a Facebook Author page and is currently working on various projects as well as learning to play the saxophone at the Sage Gateshead! 


  1. Nice work, George. A flavor-filled poem with such nice imagery. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (

  2. You're welcome Maurice

    Thank you for reading and replying