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Long Reflections

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From softly faded remnants of summer's showy bloom,
Come musings of the garden and earthy rich perfume.

The luscious rolling meadow has turned to gentle buff,
The goldenrod and grasses are dry and topped with fluff.

Crooked little apple trees have loosed their scarlet charms,
Left them in the grassy care of Mother Nature's arms.

It's time for thoughtful respite while earth invents a plan,

Tucked between the autumn queen and snowy wonderland.
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Smoky Hoss 17 October 2013

Such a poem of beauty, indeed. Amazing the way a season can move the soul. Amazing the way words, such as these can also.

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G Sweeney 11 April 2013

very beautiful! ! The imagery is like rainbows! ! !

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