In the winter months, December, January and February,
I make snowballs as the snow falls.
In spring, my brother and our dog play on the grass,
That April rain has grown long and tall ,
When summer is here, we dance through the sprinklers,
Until the sun starts to sink.
We dry off and watch the sun sink deeper and deeper,
Painting the sky a brilliant pink.
Rouge, copper, and violet fill our eyes,
Our parents join us in a bit.
Fireflies swarm the black inky sky,
Joining the stars a lit.
In the fall, everyone but our dog puts on coats
And takes a stroll in the evening hours
We finish our walk around the lake,
And return home for dinner, sitting around the fire.
We read our stories and say our prayers,
Our bellies filled with hot soup and fresh bread.
Mom and dad kiss us goodnight,
And tuck us into our cozy beds.