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Warmer tomorrow....
by Karen Palumbo

Thursday, October 07, 2010
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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                Warmer tomorrow......


Early morning sun so innocent and pure,
relinquishing strength to changing season.
Air feels crisp, gentle cool breeze flowing,
a newness unfolding acknowledging reason.

New and old friends came to visit today,
one last gathering, and fall on its way.
Furry, leathery, and feathered friends,
one last chance to have their say.

Stopping by before heading south,
in the warmth of a den others will burrow.
Caverns and caves providing needed shelter,
while quietly dreaming of a warmer tomorrow.

Squirrels scurry from tree to tree,
storing needed food for the long days ahead.
Doves and sparrows hover around the feeders,
no longer in fear of the ants they dread.

Bunnies lay low, hiding in bushes,
trying to blend in and remain out of sight.
Observing all the activity, wanting to play,
shadows in full view of the morning light.

Daylight grows shorter, darkened skies expand,
leaves turning colors to orange and gold.
Leaving subtle clues of what is yet to come,
autumn then winter will soon take its hold.

Sitting outside in the coolness of evening,
relaxing with friends and harvest sharing.
The demise of one season opens the door,
for passions of next with a fervent declaring.

Toads appear as the sun draws to a close,
marking their territory near spots of light.
Remaining still with eyes opened wide,
patiently waiting for the evening delight.

As darkness creeps in blanketing the earth,
time has come for a final departure.
With a keen eye and camera lens,
one last photography attempt to capture.

Early morning sun so innocent and pure,
relinquishing strength to changing season.
Air feels crisp, gentle cool breeze flowing,
a newness unfolding acknowledging reason.

 

Written by:
Karen Palumbo
Photography by:
Robert Palumbo
10/7/2010 © All rights reserved 

 

 

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Reviewed by Janna Hill 8/24/2011
October is nearly here again. You words give me courage in this cruel Texas heat.
Janna
Reviewed by karen logan 1/11/2011
Enjoyed your warmth like a blanket. Nicely put. Love and Light. Karen
Reviewed by Thurman Faison 11/9/2010
I liked the poem very much, how skillfully you described the changing seasons, both with a consciousness of nature and a touch of the spiritual in subtle tones. As I am watching the season change here your words ring true. Even the scurrying of the squirrels comes home, for we have so many of them here flittering across the lawns and up and down the trees.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/15/2010
Your love of and kinship with the things of nature is strongly and beautifully revealed through your verses here, Karen. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Inspire Hope 10/12/2010
Excellent, Excellent and so welcoming, "Warmer tomorrow.." What a beauty...."Thank you Jesus." Karen,
"Early morning sun so innocent and pure,
relinquishing strength to changing season.
Air feels crisp, gentle cool breeze flowing,
a new unfolding acknowledging reason."
Your poem means so much to me, and Robert has done it once again! Please tell to keep up the good works, what a remarkable team both of you are! God bless and prosper like never before!

Much Love,
Margaret
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/10/2010
A beautiful combining of nature and seasonal changes,such an interesting poem. Great pic too!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Jon Willey 10/9/2010
Karen, your powers of observation however great, pale in comparison to the delightful skill of your abilities of detailed recall. From my abode I witnessed through your penning, the onset of fall and the gentle demise of summer no clairvoyant could lay claim to. Just marvelous my dear friend. Love and peace to you. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 10/9/2010
You do more than commune with nature, Karen.
You caress it...beautifully...in perfect rhyme.
I particularly like these these lines:

New and old friends came to visit today,
one last gathering, and fall on its way.
Furry, leathery, and feathered friends,
one last chance to have their say.

-gene.

Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 10/9/2010
You always bring out the best in nature, Karen
Enjoyed
Reviewed by RM Green 10/8/2010
The seasonal imagery and the appreciation for life shine through... a beautiful tribute to nature!

RM Green
Reviewed by richard cederberg 10/8/2010
I like how you establish a kind of wholeness by repeating the last line of the first stanza in the last line of the last. A colorful palpable write Karen. Hard to believe it's fall already - goodness, where did the year go?
Peace to you ...
r
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 10/8/2010
You've captured the sense of newness each season of each hour and day that ushers past.
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 10/8/2010
your autumnal essence is spoken beautifully Karen

Autumnal Rubies & Golden Jewels
Vickie
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/8/2010
A marvelous ode to the changing season.
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 10/8/2010
Beautiful writing sweet lady and photo is lovely as well...stay safe and well..Hugss
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 10/8/2010
VERY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/8/2010
Your poetry is like an invitation into the world around you (which I will soon see for myself...excited), the nature, the beauty and your love of it all. As always, Robert's photography compliments it perfectly...
fee
Reviewed by George Carroll 10/8/2010
Has that classic feel to it. Superb poetry.

George
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 10/7/2010
way to poetically capture a day Karen, cheers
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 10/7/2010
the sun relinquishing strenght....this is a great fall poem. enjoyed very much! Morgan
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 10/7/2010
Such a beautiful poem about fall, Karen. You've captured the season well in your lines.
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 10/7/2010
Like Humans Even Early Morning Sun Is Deceiving!

Darkness (Will)Creeps In Blanketing The Earth!

You Didn't Know (Write) You're Psychic...

Keep Em Comen!
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 10/7/2010
Enjoyable poem indeed. We were in Coolwater a couple of weeks ago and felt the season change, not to mention one VERY busy squirrel snagging acorns off the oak trees. Patrick
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 10/7/2010
Dear Karen, we are so lucky to have you in our group of writers and you are a particularly great poetess. God bless you and keep writing we can all learn from you. Love Emile
Reviewed by Paul Berube 10/7/2010
This is a great write, Karen. I truly enjoyed reading it as I try to come up with a poem for the Sandwich Fair's One Hundred Anniversary poetry contest this weekend here in New Hampshire. I think you've inspired though. ;-) Time to get back to work. Thanks and God bless.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 10/7/2010
A BEAUTIFUL ODE TO A BEAUTIFUL SEASON. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS & FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by John Flanagan 10/7/2010
You capture not only the feel of autumn, Karen, but its mood and atmosphere, the move away from summer toward cooler more subtle shades.
Fine detail from start to finish.
John
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 10/7/2010
Charming and spicy ~
I just love poems about autumn.
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 10/7/2010
A very warm writing. You write so very well.


GOD BLESS YOU and YOURS
TONY



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