Renaissance

Terry Trainor By Terry Trainor, 4th Jan 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Writing>Poetry

As the summer leaves us, autumn takes over. A small poem to bring some cheer for this time of year.

Renaissance

Some people associate October with gloomy fogs and storms,
Calm suns seem much lower than the summer it makes eyes smart,
The autumn winds up his harvesting, and the out side pleasures,
We stand and watch with some sorrow as the last swallows leave.

In gardens, on darker evenings, are red glows of the autumn fires,
A haunting time we are bewitched by the smell of burning leaves,
The fires dwindle, there are glittering stars in the frosty skies,
Under those frosty skies an autumn breeze sighs around the eaves,

It is a time in which to walk during the shorter but brighter hours,
Dressing warmly, enjoy the tranquil splendor of a fresh greenness,
Time to be thankful for the good and the beauty of a summer gone,
Spring will soon return and the renaissance will be a glory to behold

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Autumn, Autumn Leaves Of Gold, Autumn Leaves Red, Autumn Poem, Autumn Season

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author avatar Terry Trainor
I am a Poet.
My passion is to write about nature and the history of nature.

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author avatar LOVERME
4th Jan 2013 (#)

nice poetry yours

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author avatar Terry Trainor
4th Jan 2013 (#)

Thank you LOVERME

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