An open Autumn Day

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Autumn leaves lie strewn in October
With the hopes of childhood’s day
That are now so faded and decayed
Happy moments fled, do they come again?
Forgotten, changed or dead –?

All over the gardens shrink
Memories impress with their wild colors
Birds sing with buried scents under wings
Honey is made, above where children play
Autumn leaves lie strew in October

Corn, watermelons and pumpkin pie
The fruit must be kept for another day
Autumn is the season where I cannot forget
What came in Spring and blossomed in Summer
Autumn is the secret I can never tell –

With the hopes of dreams treasured beyond all
The dark of the gentle winds that blew
Behind Autumn rain, a new world breaks forth.

Photo Courtesy: http://www.deviantart.com/art/autumn-328739751

5 thoughts on “An open Autumn Day

  1. The imagery you have captured evokes plenty of nostalgia within me. I personally love autumn (and winter!). So this had a warm resonance.

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