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An Autumn Voice
by Paul Francis Mc Cann

Thursday, May 29, 2003

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As green leaves turn into gold Autumns breeze cuts as cold as ice .
Life sleeps among the shadows in half light-
A razors sun slice .
In the morning mist the dew has kissed
gossamers silky hair.
Dreams of spiders are blowing in the wind .
Trees stand bleak and bare .
Autumn leaves lie like a carpet
on the ground for miles around .
The voice of Autumn is a silent rustle
all over town .
Leaves on a soft path lie
in the moonlight as the stars come out .
The voice of the fall calls and yet there’s no one can hear the shout .
Come out and walk in the leaves,
it is a colourful season .
The sun rises slow over the glow
and it is still freezing.
The chill of Autumn revives the pale cheeks of the child at play.
Oh but I can hear them say,
Isn't it a beautiful day ?

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Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 5/30/2003
This is lovely. My fav. time of the year.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/30/2003
Sounds beautiful, and I love the pic too.
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