Autumn stepped out of Summer

by Rev Cheryl Birch


Pumpkins, squash, dried corn
Yellow leaves, red and orange
Windy blustery days
Walking through a corn maze

Flowers fading, some brown
Fields a golden crown
Trees once lush now bare
Sparrows don’t seem to care

Night comes too soon
Stunning harvest moon
Hazy morning sun
Piled leaves child’s fun

Autumn stepped out of summer
Dressed in colorful wonder
Fragrant with woody whiffs
One of God’s special gifts


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4 Comments to “Autumn stepped out of Summer”

  1. Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.

  2. Charming sentiments and delightful imagery.

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