Autumn's First View - Poem by Dana Aran
Oh autumn, you have fallen upon me
With your wings as bright as sunburn
And blocks of dark grey concrete surround you
In the columns of your arrival.
How I wish that you would stay away
While I am searching for my beloved,
Since as soon as you come I renounce
The joys of youth and submit to death.
And you have no sense of patience
And you stumble upon my reigns of sandy dunes
And entrap me in a collective silence
Of whispers and songs of love.
Oh, how I wish I could resent you,
But you inspire me with golden dreams
And falling leaves and wretched winds
If I bestowed upon you the frenzy of my search
You would stay away for another moment
And endure the desperate calling
Of a human to find its nature.
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