A Poem – Week Fourteen

I haven’t posted a poem in a while, so I searched my notebooks for a poem about autumn.  This one was written sometime in the fall of 1994.


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With a sudden breeze you come around

And shock and surprise me

Where has summer gone?

Because it is now fall.

Tree leaves turn yellow, orange and gold

And begin the release of beauty

That fall can hold.

All the blooming flowers

So pretty and true

With a beautiful fall like this

I’ll never be blue

As long as fall is around

When the snow comes abound

And winter is cold and hard

Nothing can be seen

Not even someone’s yard

I will think of what a fall you have been

And will bring this poem to an end.


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