Aaron Mac Lean

Rookie - 10 Points (08/23/92 / the valley of trees, New Hampshire)

The Autumn Dance - Poem by Aaron Mac Lean

The Autumn Dance

The moon-light glistens across the sky

as it intertwines in a dance with the night

The wind bellows an autumn tune

leafs ruffle seeing this dance so soon

The chill In the air sighs a jealous wail

as it bites at flesh with envy but it fails

It is Autumn now I see again

Feel the joy of my was and whens

Time for tails to be tossed

of the dance of the star crossed

They dance with such might

that is the moon and the night.

Topic(s) of this poem: autumn

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Telling what it means to me and how i wrote it would simply diminish what it means to you and ruin the mystery of how you think i wrote it.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2014

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