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On Autumn's Cusp
by David Casabonne

Friday, May 30, 2003
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Autumn

On Autumn’s cusp I sat and watched the sun Reflect off of the water Softened by the leaves of the Poplar and Birch trees Softly fading from deep green to yellow red and brown. The sun soft on my skin the last warm days The fragrant sweet grass slowly fading Deep blue sky against the pale green water Breath deep and you can taste winter in the air. As summer fades Poplar and Birch trees Softly fading from deep green to yellow red and brown. Reflected off of the water I sat and watched the sun On Autumn’s cusp D.Casabonne©5.29.03 All Rights Reserved  

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Reviewed by Tyler Wiseman 9/20/2003
You carry this poem well, with a subtle nuance in rime and vivid imagery through simple and effective language.

I would advise tightening the meter into something more cohesive, however. The style of language almost demands it.

Good work!
Reviewed by Patricia Gomes 5/30/2003
My favorite time of year captured perfectly in three stanzas. excellent!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/30/2003
This is beautiful work.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 5/30/2003
Hues in abundance, lovely mind paper...
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