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Fish Arrival by Leslie Tribolet

Poetry


Autumn

Elizabeth Kray

She comes in late September
Walks gently through the door
And dares you to remember
The clothes that summer wore.

She kisses cheeks and noses
With cold October air,
She bids farewell to roses
And dyes the maple´s hair.

She beckons trick-or-treaters
Beneath a moonlit sky
And fills Thanksgiving eaters
With homemade pumpkin pie.

She leaves in late December,
Walks gently out the door
And begs you to remember
The amber dress she wore.

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Reader Feedback:
I will remember Autumn and Elizabeth Kray. Never before have I seen autumn made so memorable in words.
~Beverly

This is beautiful - will remember the images for a long while
~jpenstroke



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