Bee Kilpatrick

The First Whisper Of Autumn - Poem by Bee Kilpatrick

The first whisper of autumn
Slipped through my shades
And refreshed me from
The long summer days

The whisper
Like the smell of rain
Was like a familiar welcome
Of a old friend

As the curtains billowed
I awoke with a chill
And I continued to lay siege
With my blanket and my pillow

As the sun inched in pain
The soft caress of autumn
Crossed my brow for the last time
As summer had reclaimed her day

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 14, 2010

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