Melati Hussein

Passing Through Autumn - Poem by Melati Hussein

Hidden inside
we all have the desire to reach autumn

The gold and reds
a last languid thrust

Laughing deeper
Whispering unexpected love songs

The first leaves fall almost unnoticed
The sun obscuring the coolness

Skeletal bare branches rapping against the pain
A shame we ignore

Misty confusion, with no warmth for the bones
Winter is almost near

The burnishings of autumn decayed and forgotten
Grey days transform into dust

Topic(s) of this poem: autumn

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 8, 2015

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