Roxanne Dubarry

(October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Autumn's Flying Leaves


Autumn's flying leaves are whirling their fall dance with the crisp
cool Autumn. They are briskly encircling heaven's sky, providing a never ending source of delight for passers by. {The wonderous sight
brought tear drops to my eyes.}
I watched in breathless awesome wonder, 'the wind blowing the leaves away.' The leaves were tossing and turning while my heart was yearning. I never wanted this seasonal spectale to end.
At first the encircling leaves were flying upward to heaven's lofty
heights. But, they never completly vansished from my sight.
Verily the wind was busy blowing the colorful leaves of red, green,
and brown. The wind was gracefully blowing them to the earth below.
It was past the time I needed to go. March 27,2013 The { }version was added March 29,2013.

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This was an actual observation by me last Fall 2013. But it is not the first poem I wrote about Autumn's leaves. The first poem, 'Oh,
The Wonder of it All, ' was probably written either 1984 or 1986.

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