The False summer

The Summer that begrudged its honey,
And promised boons it never gave,
Now, in its lean, mean parsimony,
Departs unto its dirgeless grave.

Come, honest Winter! Thou at least
Wilt not thy lack of heart conceal,
Or bid me to a monarch's feast
To mock me with a beggar's meal.
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