Patricia A. Perras

(Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania)

Autumn's Changes - Poem by Patricia A. Perras

Glancing at the daily transformation,
That nature brings with fall,
Enjoying her magnificent natural rewards.

Prisms of colors,
Decorate her trees and grounds,
Enhancing this seasonal parade.

Her precious animals
Scurry to ready for the changes ahead,
Preparing for winter's coming.

Noticing the thinning
And bare branches arriving each day,
Recognizing the need for adapting to change.

The anticipation requires
A special emotional plan
To celebrate, yet ready oneself for winter!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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