William Topaz McGonagall

Edinburgh / Scotland
William Topaz McGonagall
Edinburgh / Scotland
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An Autumn Reverie

Rating: 2.7
Alas! Beautiful Summer now hath fled,
And the face of Nature doth seem dead,
And the leaves are withered, and falling off the trees,
By the nipping and chilling autumnal breeze.

The pleasures of the little birds are all fled,
And with the cold many of them will be found dead,
Because the leaves of the trees are scattered in the blast,
And makes the feathered creatures feel downcast.
Because there are no leaves on the trees to shield them from the storm
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Walterrean Salley 27 November 2016
(An Autumn Reverie by William Topaz McGonagall.) **What a read. Beauty and compassion- mingled with raw, heartbreaking truth. This poem deserves a medal.
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