Joseph T. Renaldi

Veteran Poet - 1,154 Points (Frackville, Pennsylvania)

Change Of Seasons - Poem by Joseph T. Renaldi

The Summer season gradually fades away,
Nature's way of bidding a humble farewell to all.
A change is seen as the leaves fade in unison
As the beautiful Autumn season comes to call.

September - the sounds in the garden are quiet now,
The song birds are no longer to be found.
Flying high up in the cloudy sky,
Many feathered friends are southward bound.

October - the trees are covered with tantalizing colors
Of red and gold and yellow and even brown,
And crimson, too, in a multitude of fashion
The leaves come wafting down.

November - fringed with frost and nippy cold,
The fading days of Autumn are everywhere.
A quiet state of melancholy days
With signs of a changing season in the air.

December - All of a sudden the winds of winter blow,
The falling snow begins to pile high.
We are delighted for the bounty Autumn has provided,
Uttering words of thank you - with an appreciative sigh.


Comments about Change Of Seasons by Joseph T. Renaldi

  • (4/28/2018 10:36:00 AM)


    Nature .in a show guides a restless dreamer that captivate the glow and forgives the sorrow (Report) Reply

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  • (11/11/2005 7:18:00 AM)


    Great, seasonal and timely! (Report) Reply

  • Cj Heck (11/10/2005 9:10:00 PM)


    Hello Joseph,
    This is nice. Your words paint a lovely landscape. As beautiful as the winter is, I'm getting so I hate the cold more and more.
    Warmest regards,
    CJ
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 10, 2005



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