Blanche Black

(Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta)

Autumn Leaves - Poem by Blanche Black

The earth changing from birth of spring
Trees reflect colours in perfect harmony
Autumn captures nature at work, fascinating.

Leaves tumble, spread a colourful blanket so bright
Linking sense to sound of crushed leaves
When tread upon, a delight.

To marvel at the red sun, setting
The star-filled sky
Awed, by the harvest moon, enchanting..

Colourful display of leaves falling.
Feasting the naked eye
Of the covered land with mystic surface, breathtaking,

The forces of nature, sweet sound of life.
Snow birds flying in formation
A beauty in the sky.

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  • (5/19/2007 8:28:00 PM)

    We see the same things, through our hearts, keep writing Blanche O-Ho Osceola. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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