Sonnet for Autumn

From hedgerow’s roots autumn flits

Firey tongues and berries climb

Seasons start and nearly fit

Among the ivy berries wind

Look through leaves against our wits

Hold onto lives hearts entwined

Clench our teeth, jaws grit

Drink the cup of summer wine

Hold and hope against time

And in the chair a vacuum sits

Where to next,hold the line

How to join those broken bits

Lift our hearts and go again

Truth it lies in dust and dens

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