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This poem was written for someone very special, to describe my idea of a perfect evening with that special someone.

A Symphony

Join me for an evening
Where a warm autumn breeze
Brings us a symphony
Blown through the trees
Of crickets and their violins
To make up the strings
And the frogs with their horns
Shall account for the winds
With the percussion of thunder
To beat out the time
While the nightingale sings
A forgotten old thyme
All brought together
In sweet harmony
For an audience there
Of just you and me.

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