Summer's End

October 23, 2012
By lcl25 BRONZE, Stony Plain, Other
lcl25 BRONZE, Stony Plain, Other
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The forest's immense frame
Dances majestically through the wispy wind
Waving a farewell

In their elegantly swaying costumes
Their vibrant brilliance cradled protectively by the caressing breeze
To their delightfully cozy beds
Where they are tucked

They settle in
With a light crackle from each
Awaiting the white sheet of snow
The blanket of fluff that will warm them.

The author's comments:
Poem about the colourful leaves that fall in the autumn.

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