Fall A Poem About changing seasons

November 23, 2009
By Anonymous

They fall,
One by one,
Drifting down,
A blanket of red and brown
A reminder of the cold to come

They fall,
One by one,
Plunging down,
Pooling in shallow puddles
Pit-pattering on windows and walls

They fall,
One by one,
Dropping down,
Leaves tumble down from trees
Rain splatters and splashes in the street

The air grows cold
The wind grows strong
Jacket are zipped
Hats are dawned
The bite of the coming winter grows sharp


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on Jan. 2 2010 at 5:48 am
munkyman95 GOLD, Medway, Other
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Favorite Quote:
I will become, what I know I am' Michael Jordan

liked the repetition in this poem


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