Ah Yes, Autumn


Ah yes, another Fall...
Another sad year,
for the Miami Hurricanes is here...
Another year,
for the beautiful,
orange and red leaves...
Another year,
for delicious Pumpkin Pie...
Another year,
for their lattes too...
Another season,
filled with brisk air,
and new whether,
for sweaters and lairs.
Fall is here,
so let's all go outside.

Scattered in reason
Some leaves fall from willows
Omen of a season
Spiteful and malicious

A transformational season
Leaves in kaleidoscopic colors
The mountains laugh, rhyme, reason
One season ends; starts another

Season by season
Fall falls like a foreign fantastic Fanta
It soon passes as we wait for Santa
Green everywhere
Seen here and there
Enjoy the flavored season

Autumn is here; I can tell by the breeze.
Leaves are changing colors and falling from trees.
People are wearing sweaters, looking comfy and nice,
while drinking coffee filled with cream and pumpkin spice.
I'm cuddling with my girl as we watch Michael Myers.
Children are getting candy, filling their hearts' desires.

  • Authors: Dion P. Crown (Pseudonym), Jerry Reynolds, rrodriguez, Osei Zion, Brother Jacob
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  • Finished: October 12th, 2022 15:30
  • Limit: 6 stanzas
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  • Comment from author about the poem: Start loading up on pie. Just kidding... Persistence is key
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