Valerie Moye

Rookie (March,12,1985 / Blacksburg, VA)

Orange Like Pumpkin Pies - Poem by Valerie Moye

Leaves fall in my face
Ginger and yellow drops
Of Autumn goodness

And I feel orange
Like pumpkin pies and
Warm fires and jelly beans

The world is dying and
It seems to want to
And I seem to want to
Along with it
To be born anew in Spring
Green to the world
Forgetting all my experiences

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 25, 2005



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