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Autumn Glory

© more by Angela Jelf

Published: July 23, 2022

It's Autumn once more,
What a sight to behold,
Streets lined with crimson
And laden with gold,
Moon like a saucer,
Days getting shorter,
As summer lays down
To make way for the cold.

Warm woolen knits,
Crackling fires,
Wild geese take flight
Over pink sunset skies,
Off with a flap of migratory wings,
The earth gives birth,
Creation sings!

Season of beauty,
Nature's last fling,
Before winter makes bare
And the earth sleeps til' Spring,
Emblazoned in scarlet,
You take your last breath,
Your most glorious hour,
Was found at your death.

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ABOUT THE POET:

Angela Jelf writes uplifting stories and poems for kids of all ages! She also enjoys writing about her travels, her faith, and the wonderful world we live in! She lives in London with her husband, four growing children, two Tabby Cats and one loopy Labrador! When she's not writing, chances are you'll find her pottering in the garden, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, or buried beneath a pile of laundry!

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