Autumn - Poem by Jamey Einrem
Autumn begins calmly enough
Beautiful leaves of green fade into different hues.
Colors from dull yellow to brilliant orange fill the sky
dropping from their summer perches.
Everywhere you look, you see winter preperations
From the surrying squirrel, to the lumbering bear
Geese gather on the lakes, exercising for their journey south
Harvests are in, the corn is in the crib
In the houses, fires warm chilled bones
Jackets are brought out of their summer slumbers and
kindling is piled as high as the hands can reach
Long winter nights wait in the shadows
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