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Rated: E · Poetry · Nature · #2257979
A poem to celebrate the season
Late summer rain revives.
Brown to green, wilt to proud.
September thundercloud
fades into blue.

Vines ramble on fence rails,
twisting, climbing along.
Birds celebrate with song,
feeding on seeds.

Chilly autumn looms nigh,
but nice days still abound.
Gardens thrive in warm ground
until first frost.



Note: Written in Abhanga form: Each stanza is 4 lines with a 6,6,6,4 syllable structure, in which lines 2 and 3 rhyme.
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