Anne Williams

(Rednal, Birmingham, UK)

Autumn - Poem by Anne Williams

Gold, brown, russet and green,
So many colors to be seen,
Numerous leaves scattered around,
Forming a carpet on the ground,
Down they come twirling and swirling,
Then lying still with edges curling
There they die, no more to grow,
Scattered wherever the wind will blow.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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