Falling Leaves

I thought I had finished with my fall poems. (A couple more will be posted in Travel Tales for November, since I ran out of days in October, and like cellphone minutes, I am rolling the rhymes over to November at no cost to you!!!)


‘Tis almost Halloween
no goblins have I seen….

Just falling leaves:
My heart just grieves

To see the limbs go bare
And don their winter wear.

Must I wait another year
‘Til I get to gaze & leer

At Mother Nature’s fallen glory?
OK, OK, this is my final autumn story!

(Until next year!!)

P.S. I have one more recipe that will post later today. This rhyme was an unexpected addition to October.

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