Ellen Ni Bheachain

Rookie - 72 Points (October 2nd 1962 / Dublin Ireland)

Autumn Hello's - Poem by Ellen Ni Bheachain

Sometimes for others at autumn time period,
Is time for goodbyes when summertime flys,
For autumn is next in season time keeping,
And summer is over and moonlight shines sooner,
To see the autumn early sunset,
Is the time to travel back,

Leaving behind the bright nights,
And early dawnings,
Summertime goodbyes,
And hello to,
Autumn hello's,
Makes some lovers cry,
For time to fly,

When moonlight shines sooner,
And summer nights no more linger,
Tis, when summertime lovers kiss and say goodbye,
Flying back to where they are from,
Leaving each other to fly back home,

Back to the regular days and events,
Back to the mudane schedule,
That made you book and fly away,
Yet, then you settle back in and think,
Of the times you had in summertime joys,

While others of all season,
Settle in and snuggle,
Planning their future together,
Knowing to each in all seasons,

While the whims and joys,
Of summertime loves,
Comes to a halt,
When both part and fly home,

Mabey they might meet up again,
When autumn, winter and spring has been,
In that time and along the way,

They meet an autumn hello,
That keeps them,
Like all the rest,
That meet and fall in love,
That lasts for more than autumn hello's.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 18, 2010

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