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Rated: E · Folder · Nature · #2098794
🍁 Poems of the most inspiring season to write about -- Autumn 🍁
FOR STARTERS —
"Autumn Analogy "autumn perms "Autumn Irony "Finality In Autumn "Autumnal "Picturing "leaf piles "The Clotting Season


                                       
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I always looked forward to fall -- crisp air, beautifully colored landscapes, the wonder of how death promises renewal. It's somber and awe inspiring to know life will lay in its icy, white bed only to offer something more plentiful blooming with hope. It's a truth we can trust, like the sun setting and rising daily.

I found many loves in Autumn, making my heart swell with the potential of love everlasting. While the fires of a kindred few flamed out/faded away, one true love remained...poetry. An assemblance of words to evoke rememberances of the ones that got away in a backdrop of glorious promise, love's serendipitous return with each season.

STATIC
End of the Season  (E)
Leaves play in dehumidifying air as autumn comes to a close.
#2102315 by Brian K Compton


Read where my beauties display haunting misery and potential bliss for one growing too old to savor the memory of tasting vibrant painted lips, or foggily recollect tender arms entwined in a lover's dance. When the last poem drops, I will close these doors forever.


Enjoy the simplicity of nature as provided by Robert Frost, and enjoy the brief audio as you follow along:

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/resources/learning/core-poems/detail/44272

Response to Frost with Dylan Thomas' prompt...

"Why (I) Blog


Leaf-shadowed crossroads
brightening
the longer I pause
indecisive
nearing an even tide
sun setting
knowing
I'm prompted to choose
when to push forward
gentle
into that good night

It won't matter
what road I travel

I feel an autumnal tide
washing me out of summer.
Humidity shudders.
Breezes brush lines of linen
where a child once played
in fading light.
PORTFOLIO  
    Rated: E · Romance/Love · #1145690
    Our relationship was in Autumn in her heart before her Winter suddenly arrived.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1162131
    Yearning renewal the nearer we draw to home, lacking completeness.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1145676
    Discovered in ever restless, drifting leaves, serendipity in the meaning of life.
    Rated: E · Nature · #1222886
    Make the most of each moment...before it's gone.
    Rated: E · Dark · #2084166
    It did get quiet...for my departed friend, Lynda Miller.
    Rated: E · Romance/Love · #2098393
    Associating death with the season and the loss of love that will never return.
    Rated: E · Nature · #2095313
    Relating life and death to the fallen leaf.
    Rated: E · Nature · #2102315
    Leaves play in dehumidifying air as autumn comes to a close.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1830739
    Contrasting the seasons and feelings about life and experience.
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