Copyright © February 9, 1995 by Douglas W. Jerving.
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The February sun is never seen by me.
Iím so tired. Days are short and darkness long.
I think in somber tones;
My artistís energy is gone.
No poetry is in my soul today.
I only think of death,
and the drudgery of life.
It doesnít please me any more.
But summer, so long away, will surely come.
If only I can hold out Ďtil it does.
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