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I am a Leaf
by April L. Smith

Thursday, September 15, 2005
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A fun and jaunty poem for fall. :-)


Autumnís days draw short and cool
and I yearn for the freedom to flee,
from way up above the swirling mass
of vibrant colors in my tree.

I stretch my limbs and twist my hips
and prepare for my descent,
and uncurl fingers from a reaching branch,
Then, down, down I went.

A fall breeze, a comforting hand,
reaches down to break my fall,
and gently floating on the spicy current,
Finally, now I can see it all.

Golden sunlight rains down upon asphalt
pigmented by messy piles of red, orange and brown,
my family, my friends all tumbled in a heap,
a cacophony of color blanketing the ground.

As the day draws to a sleepy close,
twilight delicately unfurls itís cloak of gray,
I land softly amidst the smatter of color,
the end of my busy day.

I am a Leaf.

By: April L. Smith


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Reviewed by E. A. Mourn 7/13/2006
I LOVE this one....Terrific perspective!
Reviewed by Lisa Koosis (Reader) 11/28/2005
This is delightful. You made me smile today. Thank you for that.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 10/1/2005
What a delightful and fun (you said that it was and it is) poem about the changing of the seasons and not one darn too soon for this Louisiana boy.
Reviewed by Jane Rodway 9/20/2005
LOVE THIS- should be a kid's book.
Reviewed by jude forese 9/18/2005
your poem is as colorful as autumn itself ...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 9/17/2005
Autumn is my favorite season, April. I find your verses quite delightful. Thank you for sharing your gift. Love and peace to you.



Regis
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/15/2005
This is so light hearted it brought a smile to my face which I truly needed today. Thanks April

Felix
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