~ imPRESSions ~

  • Author: crypticbard (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 10th, 2022 03:20
  • Comment from author about the poem: orchilenge in the autumn season
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 19
  • User favorite of this poem: A Boy With Roses.


  • orchidee

    Good write CB. Yes, they seem to fall more in November, than in October.

    • crypticbard

      A carpet of leaf littered forests await the keen autumn hiker!

    • A Boy With Roses

      "Sun ripe, weaving one last dream before joining; flowing on burnished autumnal stream."

      This last stanza feels like a painting. A good painting.

      • crypticbard

        Hey thanks! That is quite flattering to hear and even more heartwarming to ponder on. Glad that it can and has been taken as such a visual journey!

      • Fay Slimm.

        The feel of autumnal essence oozes from these expressive lines - - I love the metaphor of looking at autumn and wondering how long lovers have left before winter parts and berefts them.

        • crypticbard

          Thank you dear Fay. That is quite a real thing and gladdened that it has somehow been embodied here. Rik.

        • Bella Shepard

          Such wonderful, descriptive words dear poet. Sitting on my deck this morning I watched as your poem came to life. That last leaf finally succumbing, and joining the autumnal stream. It is no wonder that this season is so inspirational.

          • crypticbard

            Thanks Bella. It is gladdening that this has brought over some seasonal inspiration.

          • Goldfinch60

            Yes that one last leaf can be so meaningful Rik.


            • crypticbard

              It can also represent the last thread of sanity for the non-winter lovers. Thanks Andy.

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