Sandra Pamplin

(Apopka, Florida, USA)

Autumn Leaves - Poem by Sandra Pamplin

Oh what an exciting day
The sunbeams warm the breeze.
It blows the autumn leaves away.
Leaving barren trees.
Green to yellow, red and brown.
The leaves await their fate
They flutter, falling to the ground.
So winter won't be late.

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Read poems about / on: autumn, winter, fate, green, red, tree

Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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