Treasure Island

Nicole GravellPellerino

(04/09/1986 / Buffalo, Ny)

Autumn Colors


Come walk with me
side by side
and hand in hand
down this leaf filled path
shaded with half barren trees,
lets walk slowly together
and let time slip away,
while watching
the old summer leaves
slowly fade into
bright autumn colors,
and lets watch the leaves
linger in the cool fall breeze
lets stop a moment
and dance beneath the trees
as the crisp, brightly colored
autumn leaves
slowly fall around us,
pull me close and hold me tight
now kiss me sweetly and passionately,
hold me gently in you arms
as we watch the beautiful sunset
and the rising
of the full harvest moon,
hold my hand and I'll hold yours
walk me home
in the cool autumn air,
kiss me gently one more time
underneath the porch light
before I go inside

Submitted: Sunday, March 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

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