Spring
Kathy Jacobs
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With a large dose of poetic licence in punctuation:

In the Autumn of my life
you have drifted in,
a balmy breeze
taking me back to Spring,
buds I assumed 
to have withered
are astir,
wriggling impatiently
with leaves eager to show
their shiny green
and flowers ready to burst
into a scented Supernova.

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