Lisa John

(London)

Autumn


Autumn leaves
Fall to the ground
Like baby horses
Prancing around

Fallin swiftly
Silently fallin
Waiting for the wind
To come and help them up

But when the winter comes
The autumns forgotten
But the autumn plans a glorious entrance
That no one can forget

But till then
1 leaf lones lonely as a cloud
But they dont care
For they will soon again
Regain there crown

Submitted: Saturday, April 16, 2011
Edited: Thursday, August 11, 2011
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