Top 100 Poems About: AUTUMN

In this page, poems on / about “autumn” are listed.
  • 1.
    Once Upon An Autumn Day

    Once Upon an autumn day,
    Colorful leaves began to fade
    In the midst of a chilly, frosty air
    As multitude of trees grew steadily bare. read more »

    Joseph T. Renaldi
  • 2.
    Autumn Dreams

    Grinning pumpkins, falling leaves,
    Dancing scarecrows, twirling breeze,
    Color, color everywhere,
    Autumn dreams are in the air! Autumn is a woman growing old, read more »

    Mary Naylor
  • 3.

    Autumn was it when we first met
    Autumn is it what I can't forget

    Autumn have made me alive read more »

    Sheila Butterfly
  • 4.
    Three Years Without Winter

    Autumn read more »

    PEF (PEF)
  • 5.
    I Have Seen Autumn

    I have never felt the chill of winter
    Nor the birth of spring
    Only the two faces of Nature
    The golden sun shining read more »

    Shogunoka Ledesma III
  • 6.
    It's Autumn Again

    It’s autumn again
    Leaves whisper the sound of our past
    In loss they pay a descent
    To the ground we fall read more »

    Andrea Rieck
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    Nancy Chambers
  • 8.

    autumn to summer to winter to spring..

    the cool air of autumn
    the sunshine of summer read more »

    nick.. sorensen
  • 9.

    Autumn, autumn, autumn!
    A season
    Full of great things
    A season that brings read more »

    Gomotsegang Sebadieta
  • 10.
    Amber Glow

    Amber Glow

    Red and yellow painted leaves
    hang idly within the trees read more »

    Wesley Mincin
  • 11.

    Autumn came in multicolors last year,
    Fiery reds and burnished oranges
    Bright yellows and rusty greens,
    Painted leaves that floated read more »

    Joseph Enright
  • 12.
    Fade to Grey

    Shane and Shay raking leaves in the autumn breeze
    oh to be free under the trees in that autumn breeze
    Tumbling and falling, scarlet red and amber warm
    Shane and Shay in sync with fall read more »

    Ophelia Deborah Payne Jarrett
  • 13.
    Harvest and Autumn

    Harvest, harvest
    all you need,
    is food and drink
    and fruit indeed. read more »

    Karolina Gosztyla
  • 14.

    What did autumn do to the tree?
    He took off her leaves and
    He made her naked, afraid
    Waiting for the singing bird. read more »

  • 15.
    Desperately Autumn

    Desperately autumn
    Trees are bleeding
    Winds escort leaves desperately teaming.
    Desperately autumn read more »

    Vereen Fransman
  • 16.
    Love in Autumn

    First day of Autumn
    And the weather is blue read more »

    Wilson feliz
  • 17.
    A tale of autumn

    Swallows begin their long journey south
    To escape the winter cold,
    They fly across a landscape
    Of autumns brown and gold. read more »

  • 18.

    Winters, Autumns
    Summers, Springs
    Something special
    each season brings read more »

    Michelle Hanes
  • 19.

    Autumn again is here
    Beautiful Autumn!
    The best time of the year
    Beautiful Autumn! read more »

    Della Hodgson James
  • 20.
    Old Man

    There was an old man from Spain
    Who had a golden chain
    From an autumn stall
    And did not drawl read more »

    mathew gallerno
  • 21.
    Autumn My Dear

    Autumn my dear!
    Thy winds are cool and sharp
    And are mine to embrace read more »

    Ryan C. Walker
  • 22.
    Haiku 3

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    Sean Williams
  • 23.
    Sigh of autumn

    Le a autumn beard,
    The emotion of women autumn night like the autumn chrysanthemum face like soft.
    Recreation of the autumn night alone,
    Years as ambrosia and continuing for a long time. read more »

    qin xing
  • 24.
    Autumn Waltz

    Come dance, come play, come join the leaves,
    Caught upon the Autumn breeze,
    Spinning round, cartwheels abound,
    Dancing the Autumn Waltz. read more »

    Kevin Bole
  • 25.
    Autumn Leaves

    A haunting sound is heard softly whistling,
    like a magic flute in the distance playing,
    luring summer leaves to hum and sway,
    to don new colours, to dance and to play; read more »

    Isam Hussain
  • 26.
    Autumn Born

    Autumn born and autumn led
    Autumn named, maybe autumn wed
    For who knows what the wind will blow around your knees
    Or what will fall read more »

    Grahame Lockey
  • 27.
    ...........................AUTUMN'S SONG

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  • 28.
    Hours of Autumn

    The hours of Autumn chime
    their slow lament,
    dedicated to lachrymose entwined
    self-pity and ennui; read more »

    Louis Kasatkin
  • 29.

    In Autumn I can smell somebody drinking their hotchocolate and making noise as I walk by their houses.
    In Autumn I can smell the cold, frosty wind blowing by as I am walking on the grass.
    In Autumn I can touch the wind blowing my hair and the Autumn leaves stuck in it like a bee in a flower.
    In Autumn I can touch the crunchy leaves in my hands, turning into pieces and being blown away by the wind. read more »

    sanjita gurung
  • 30.
    Autumn Night

    leaves change color
    the cool breeze flies
    the song of the leaves roars
    rustles and bustles in the brush read more »

    Diana Americano
  • 31.
    Autumn Breeze

    Cool morning breeze
    soft echos that whisper
    a canvas of tinted hues
    diamond shape decors read more »

    Jessica Hughes
  • 32.
    In Autumn's Moonlight

    In Autumn's Moonlight
    Leaves dance by chance...
    In winds of change. read more »

    M.Dean Everett
  • 33.

    Again the asters’ baleful light begins to bloom;
    again an autumn comes. And this heart worn with longing, read more »

    Karel van de Woestijne
  • 34.

    Luke warm was the weather that maybe kept us, and beautiful were the leaves that fell when he left.
    Summer was gone and winter stayed a bit longer than I would have liked, I was glad to see Autumn again
    Caramel yellow, red, and the deepest green set a sense of fall & through it all I'd remember Autumn
    the way the trees swayed in the breeze, my soul could be at eased by his voice and the choice to rejoice come dawn read more »

    Chrisandtras Hines
  • 35.

    The autumn winds are moaning round
    And through the branches sighing,
    And autumn leaves upon the ground
    All seared and dead are lying. read more »

    William James Jones
  • 36.
    A White Cloud

    A white cloud
    On my blue heart
    Fluttering on an autumn day read more »

    Anita George
  • 37.

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    Gennady Nov
  • 38.
    Autumn Field

    Inside Fleet Prison, read more »

    Sitting Mountain
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