Pasquale DiMeola

Veteran Poet - 1,711 Points (Newark, New Jersey)

End Of October - Poem by Pasquale DiMeola

At its apex of brilliancy
On the final curtain call
Each and every telluric tree
Dazzles with colors of fall

Nimble zephyr of Autumn chills
Prompts cheeks and ears to redden
Blowing leaves on streets and hills
In a swirl of harvast wedding

Come the rustic flight of splendour
When the crops have cease to grow
Near a humming hearth so tender
All the senses gently flow.

Comments about End Of October by Pasquale DiMeola

  • (4/30/2016 12:42:00 PM)

    come the rustic flight of splendour
    When the crops have ceased to grow.
    I like this a lot and like the poem you submitted today your rhythm is unerring.
    Tom Billsborough
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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