Myrtle Thomas

Rookie - 133 Points (A girl never tells her age nor her weight LOl / USA)

Royal Beauty - Poem by Myrtle Thomas

foliage of color spent an spin
glorious gold, orange and red
fly and flutter floating down
dancing to music without sound

crimson red like regal crown
lift skyward in search of cloud
mingle and dangle with mind of their own
fresh the scent in open air
colors so bright yet delicate...... til they hit the ground

so amazing is natures best
then we see the trees undress
stark naked what an eerie thing
as they stand boldly looking around

frost embellished the beauty at no cost
to give a bounty of great delight
walks through the fallen leaf, a joy
as we see the beauty of this world.... our home

grand scenery riches to the poor man
to hold the wealth of the world in his hand
like virgin artistry the creators plan
only a few weeks to admonish this.... beauty from his Majesty while we can

Topic(s) of this poem: Nature


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 27, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 28, 2014


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