A stillborn season is but a season still
What does it matter if it lasts a year
Or ends after a week at will?
And one that flounders is but a season too
Why should we harshly judge its trembling gait
Or gripe that no grapes grew?
Rather than blame the blight and slur the season
I offer thanks for life and reason
Another night has come, another day
Another season dawns
Well, come what may