by R. Steven Reynolds
Friday, October 24, 2003
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The grass now brown is covered in leaves
Freshly fallen painting the yards in rainbows
Covering the roofs and filling up the eaves
Bright and vivid as the new bloom of a rose
The chimneys releasing their sweet incense
As the Sun sinks lower in the steel gray skies
You know that winter shall soon commence
And Autumn will soon say it's good-byes
And winter's sleep will claim the mighty oak
For it will snooze until the dawn of spring
When the Sun removes its cold winter's cloak
And once again we shall hear the birds sing
The world once again will turn green
New lives will spring gaily up all around
Fresh blooms will add color to the scene
And life will begin again from the ground
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|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|This was also well written Steve.....Lol!!
|Reviewed by ***** ********* (Reader)
|Very, very nice scene-painting with your imagery, R. Steven! Easy-going, slightly nostalgic pacing, too, makes this write a calming, thoughtful treat! Well done!|