Autumn’s Dance Poem by Angelina Pandian

Autumn’s Dance

Rating: 4.9

The leaves were slowly falling
So very slowly and dropping
Ever so gently like a butterfly
Which glides and is also seen flirting,
The gentle breeze now awake
Sets the leaves in a twirl of dance
So capricious like our minds
So full of sudden fancy
The breeze shakes them in frenzy
Gliding, flying and fluttering
Blown up, coming down in confusion
The breeze, spent, now rests
The leaves are now again slowly falling!

Saadat Tahir 13 April 2009

whew...! soft an slick.....atonce silky an sad much like life itself you r a natural keep penning....will be hearing from me more often im new to the forum tc saadat

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premji premji 15 May 2009

autumn's a season of death and rebirth......old leaves are buds are coming up..............

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pictural poem, beautiful thanks for sharing

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Indira Renganathan 12 June 2009

A good observation on the way did you use my poems...regards...Indira

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a lovely dance well pictured...the breeze shows up in the leaf...lovely

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Nimal Dunuhinga 21 April 2011

Excellent dance for the coming Winter!

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Ken E Hall 23 February 2010

Lovely autumn poem dancing leaves such a wonderful time of the year as you have constructed in superb imagery thanks+++++10 regards

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Pamela Lutwyche 16 February 2010

This is poetry in motion. I love the way you have written this. I could see those leaves being butterflies.

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Spiritwind Wood 04 October 2009

nicely written, makes me miss summer already

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Rakesh Bedi 29 September 2009

To me this poem depicts a very minute sense of observation of the poet. All of us must have watched this happening some time or other. But, dear, it was you who scripted it so beautifully. I must say, you are a very keen observer, angel!

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