Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Wednesday Words Autumn Leaves

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The Autumn leaves are falling fast

From the trees upon the hill.

They break loose from Summer's hold

And the wind wafts them at will.

I see them sailing thru the air

Fluttering, floating, twisting, turning...

Reminding us that we will soon

For the Summer days be yearning. Sense and Nonsense in Poetry By Willis L. Tackette


Becca's Dirt said...

What a nice start to my day. A lovely poem and I think most of us are ready for fall. The colors of fall are approaching maybe even sooner than the past couple of years. We are having temps lower than normal lately.

Your baskets are beautiful. I love the mums and the dish garden.

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What a lovely poem Patsy, I enjoyed reading this. Your fall flowers are beautiful. It is fast approaching our way as well.. I hope you have a great day today..hugs ~lynne~

Mildred said...

I love Autumn and the colors of mums in the fall of the year. Enjoy your day Patsy.

Darla said...

Nice poem. Thank you for the sweet comments you leave on my blog, you are a doll!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Just a beautiful poem Patsy.
The flowers are so vibrantly colored, an how fitting a display for this time of year.

Carol said...

Beautiful mums & poem, Patsy! I can't wait for Fall!


Shelley said...

Autumn is my favorite season! Love the poem and photos you posted!

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hi Patsy,
Loved this post and your other posts, orange spice tea reminds me of fall, and I really have been trying to get my home cleaned since I have been so busy this summer, Don't you just love that murphys soap oil, it just makes you home smell so clean, Thank you for visiting and I am so happy to put your name in the hat for Sat. drawing, good luck.

Hopefully now that summer is past and things have slowed down I can visit more often and be a better neighbor, I always enjoy visiting you.
Have a great Labor Day weekend.

W. Latane Barton said...

ah, Fall, you gotta love it.... all but the raking.