Shifting Autumn

Greetings ~

Thumbing through past writing, I found this poem I wrote in my youth.  Definitely a great time of year, at least here in Oregon. 

Be Well,

Jana

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Summer swiftly

Fades to Fall

Thieving warmth

And cooling all

Chill that settles

In the air

Fogs that linger

Warn, beware

Night birds carry

On their tune

Songs against

A harvest moon

Skies are silent

Still and calm

Nature slumbers

Dusk till dawn

Through the Winter

Will fall rain

Till the Spring

Comes round again.

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About Jana Brock

We don't see things as they are. We see things as we are.
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4 Responses to Shifting Autumn

  1. Debbie Wadleigh says:

    Thank you.

  2. G. M. Curtis says:

    Very nice. I love the images and see that you clearly had the writing gene embedded at an early age. Keep writing!

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