Autumn Love - Poem by Ronald Strickland
Autumn leafs fall with grace as not to
disturb the floor of the earth as it
gives cover to say farewell to the season.
Wildlife feeds on the fruits and nuts of the
seasons bounty. As the coolness comes,
bringing the need for the comfort of warmth.
To cuddle with a love one that warms also the heart,
and cheers the soul with a love that
will never grow old.
Smile my love it's the time of season
to remind you why I love you so.
The time we share has been richer than all the worlds gold.
Come closer my love and this you shall know.
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