Autumn Leaves Poem by Phil J Hambling

Autumn Leaves

Rating: 4.3


Urgent bronchial fingers,
Flailing at the breeze,
Dealing out their copper calling cards to the earth,
Casting into the flux the torn tickets of time,
In the hope of repeat business.

Saturday, July 9, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: nature
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Smoky Hoss 29 March 2022

Superb metaphor, what a beautiful picture. Excellent.

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Unnikrishnan E S 25 December 2021

The metaphors of card-game syncs well with the fall- the falling of deciduous leaves. Wonderful imagination. Novel idea.enjoyed it. Five stars.

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Dr Antony Theodore 10 July 2016

Casting into the flux the torn tickets of time, ..... a very fine expression and the coinage of words put together gives life to the poem...... thank you dear poet. tony

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Kumarmani Mahakul 09 July 2016

Very amazing expression with wise humor is shared casting in ti the flux. Nature is wonderful. Breeze deals the life card. Interesting sharing done definitely....10

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