Autumn Sunbeams - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
Autumn sunbeams light on wild wood track
Undulating over, under, through
The breezing branches, waving forwards, back.
Undergrowth shivers. Golden leaves bestrew
Merlin's fabled forest fastness fair.
Nature, rich, replete with harvest crop
Anticipates beyond autumnal air
Understanding seasonsal cycles drop
Through time to range across the centuries,
Underwriting transience as change
Makes merry in the room which birds and bees
NAme Umber phase between hot Summer's strange
TUMescence and harsh Winter's hibernation,
Numbing yet preparing Spring's gestation.
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