Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


Walk With the Wind 6


31
the wind goes around
circling the trees and bushes
this October noon

32
drooping leaves yellow
on to the ground of the night
winter slowly walks

33
as the wind blows
with its many hollow voices
- night goes to star fall

34
momentarily breeze
over my roof and windows
singing for winter

35
no longer living
the bouquets of yesterday
- dried for ornament

36
inside the forest
the silent goes lonely by
- single ruffling leaf

Submitted: Monday, October 20, 2008

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