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Autumn's Passing (Free verse version)
by R. Steven Reynolds
Monday, March 08, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This poem was rewritten by a friend (Evil Lynn) into free verse. I am curious to know which version you like better.

The grass is brown,
covered in leaves.
Freshly fallen,
painting the yards with rainbows.
Covering roof tops,
filling up the eaves.
Bright and vivid,
like roses in bloom.

chimneys releasing,
the sweet smell of burning wood.
As the Sun sinks lower,
in the steely gray skies.
You know winter,
will soon commence.
Autumn will soon say,
it's good-byes.

winter's sleep will claim,
the mighty oak.
snoozing,
til the dawn of spring.
When the Sun removes,
its cold winter's cloak.
once again,
the birds shall sing.

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/8/2004
Both are good......but I guess this one does read better!!

What a job to compare....had to open you twice...at the same time..lol!!

Yes I did read both at the same time....aske how I did it and I will tell you my secret..lol!!

Love Tinka



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