by Kimmy Van Kooten
Monday, October 30, 2006
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"...Fall Ageless of a Autumn’s whither
Suspicions of a Fall Forever!"
O’ Falling Fall
There goes another one...
O’ Crisp Fall breeze
Last kiss these leaves
Let this moment last...
Colors gold on crimson reds
Another one, just fell on my head...
O’ Cool Fall frost
Change in seasons hue
Falling stalks of a harvest moon
Glory bows where the maize did loom
Pumpkins light on a Hallow night
I’ll catch this one, if I might...
O’ Cold Fall freezing
Petrify my chilling wonders
Fall Ageless of a Autumn’s whither
Suspicions of a Fall Forever!
Copyright October, The Fall of 2006
Kimmy Van Kooten
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|Reviewed by Tactfully Naive
|Oooooh, if only it were one delicate leaf that fell on my head!
I lived in a farm cottage right next to a forest and a garden with large trees. Part of my rent was to clear the leaves in the farmyard each autumn. I dreaded the sight that greeted me each Saturday when I went next door - the length of the lane was hidden by a mass of fallen leaves to be bagged off. They seemed to fall forever.
On the other hand, when we jumped in the car and went for a drive through the Trossachs (in Scotland) my sentiments echoed the ponderings of your poem. Seeing the golden leaves gently falling as we drove through tree arched stretches was like driving through a drizzle of falling leaves. Nice.
|Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp (Reader)
|LOVED THIS KIM!!!!!!!!
Love & Peace,