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Golden Fall
by Morgan B Merriweather

Monday, October 03, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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amber  amethyst .,.,.,.,.,.,. crimson.,

murky mums outside corner store.,.,.,pumpkin

 

.,.,.,to cover ground.,,,… scamper swiftly

 

blinded by golden mirrors on city walls we scale by day

this night’s mission of computed encryption we lug on our back

 

.,,,… dry leaf skips.,.,.,.,.,., scraping crosswalk

 

grimy man.,., park.,.,.,., holds cardboard story

short.,.,.,.,.,., the days to come

 

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out.,

 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/6/2012
I find this so vividly effective; your words are soul-reaching, Morgan. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 10/14/2011
some lovely descriptive passages, Morgan. But among the wonderful images is the one of the homeless man sleeping in a cardboard box. I heard where Perth, the capital city in my state of Western Australia, has 6000 homeless people. A blight on a rich country.

grimy man.,., park.,.,.,., holds cardboard story
Reviewed by JMS Bell 10/11/2011
I LIKE THIS 'CRISPY' SKETCH OF FALL AND SAD GLIMPSE OF WINTER. ANOTHER 'MORGAN SPECIAL'...DONE WELL. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 10/11/2011
Written like the slow fall of leaves. Colorful and very nicely done! ~Hugs, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 10/10/2011
I love the intriguing form and concept of this poem, Morgan. It's so loose and dances around with ideas - very much like following the wind-blown, tossed course of a falling leaf which is so random yet connecting all the integral parts of life together. Your unique use of stops and commas add to the visual references of scurrying leaves gathering ideas in... allowing chaff to be lost... This has quite a voyeuristic, lonely feel to me. Haunting and enigmatic as well as strangely warm. Individual as well as multitudinous. xx
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 10/10/2011
I'm so glad to live in hick territory. Nice and quiet. Enjoyed, Morgan.
Sheila
Reviewed by richard cederberg 10/5/2011
Interesting visuals, MM, and, (I'm convinced that) some of those grimy types, holding cardboard signs, may well be angels, or prophets, warning those of the human race (intuitive enough) to look beyond the parameters of their own thinking to prepare for a devastating paradigm approaching. Peace and triple expresso shots to you ... r
Reviewed by John Domino 10/4/2011
This poem has feelings inside feelings. It is a delight for the senses! Well done Margan!
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 10/4/2011
...a new season..hmmm..better get out those boots..darn it :)
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/4/2011
Like a flash frame photo graph of what you imagine...
fee
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 10/4/2011
Morgan, sweet friend, I love "amber amethyst" description for fall. It is so visually stunning. Sometimes fall is such a reawakening time. It's like shedding a skin and finding renewal in that. The leaves must fall as life changes for nature and for us. It is a chance to leave behind the darkness of the past and skip onto the freshness of today and tomorrow. Such lovely imagery in this poem..gives me hope for a bright future for you and your children. Lovely work.

Much peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Andy Turner 10/4/2011
Such a sadness in this very descriptive poem.
We see the autumnal beauty, he hopes to survive. Rather poignant piece.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 10/4/2011
Admire the semaphor style of this, Morgan,
the pauses and spaces, the left unsaid
but plenty said, too, and said eloquently.

John
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 10/3/2011
Reaching for the depts of Soul!!
~Morgan~
Golden be the Spring!!!

Thanks for the wake up call,
Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 10/3/2011
A fresh, mystical and vibrant poem, Morgan ~
Love,
Christine
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 10/3/2011
Heralding the end of the world, as the dry leaf scampers willy-nilly into that park which hides grimy men with signs of truth and devastation. Fall comes to the city shadowing the tall building holding an army of worker ants.



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