Poem: Californian Seasons

By: Jasmine Chen


Early morning dew
shines with the sun’s golden rays.
The flowers wake up.

Sun rises to zenith,
and trees reach up with their leaves.
Heat makes all sluggish.

Leaves fall with the sun
as it turns orange, then red.
Heat begins to fade.

Darkness and coldness
induce sleepiness in all.
The moon gleams like snow.


Jasmine Chen is a classical pianist that practices Shaolin Kungfu and Tai Chi. She has had a penchant for puzzles and brain teasers since she was ten. She likes taking pictures of cloud formations, but only after it rains.

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