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A King In An Old Motorhome
by John G Hutchinson

Tuesday, October 07, 2003

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Just a celebration of Fall...

The lake is a myriad of rippling glass
On the mountains-fresh overnight snow
I'm reminded how precious this spot really is
Out of all of the places I go

On this first day of fall in the mountains
I'm a king in an old motorhome
I am poor-but I'm rich with the beauty
That I find in the places I roam

And now God is painting my mountains
In scarlett, in gold and in green
A reminder the seasons are passing
In a way that it always has been

And my seasons pass along with them
In a way that won't regenerate
But in memory they'll live along with me
'Til I pass through that last one-way gate!


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Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 10/8/2003
i dig the concept of this poem, and it is well written.
Reviewed by Claywoman 10/7/2003
His throne is the world! John, this is lovely! Fall in cold places is breath-taking! My first vision of my rez was in the fall and the colors were dazzling! Here, the leaves turn a sickly yellow and the next day brown with no lovely colors inbetween..
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/7/2003
Lovely poem, John. And this is a truly wonderful time of year.
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 10/7/2003
What is this power Autumn has to inspire such poetry more than all other seasons combined? It's my favorite season to write about. But I can only write about Autumn during Autumn! Nonetheless, I immensely enjoyed your poem. One question though. If you're the king, where is your throne?
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