Those days 2

This poems was finally hammered out on The Writer’s Press pages https://www.facebook.com/groups/484811461611680/

 

  • Jennifer Roush
    Tabitha Davis
     Terri-ann Sherwood
     Greg Muscroft
     Bill Perryman
     Deva Shakti Gill Pruden
    Wendy Sutherland
    EJ Runyon
     Richard Jenkins
     Hannah Pereira Sgroi
    Tabitha Davis

     

    Those days

     

    Crisp, fresh

    Curling leaves

    Along our leafy lanes

    Sunlight shortening

    Shadows lengthening

    Across my lonely afternoons

     

    Those leaves

    Crunched, work done

    Frayed and split, Worm cast

    Falling into Nature’s hands

     

    Mist works from the Magic Earth

    Whisping its way to the sky

     

    Their essence gives new life

    Months away, after decay

    Where

    Chilled mornings and balmy afternoons

    Meet me in hope

     

    Burning of the afternoon haze

    Crisping the leaves

    Dry, shattered

    Broken and dropped

     

    Colours from the bowl of God

     

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One thought on “Those days 2

  1. or swap the end verses around?

    Those days

    Crisp, fresh
    Curling leaves
    Along our leafy lanes
    Sunlight shortening
    Shadows lengthening
    Across my lonely afternoons

    Those leaves
    Crunched, work done
    Frayed and split, Worm cast
    Falling into Nature’s hands

    Mist works from the Magic Earth
    Whisping its way to the sky

    Their essence gives new life
    Months away, after decay
    Where
    Chilled mornings and balmy afternoons
    Meet me in hope

    Burning of the afternoon haze
    Crisping the leaves
    Dry, shattered
    Colours from the bowl of God

    Broken and dropped

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