FALL

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
FROM THE BOOK POETRY OF ARCTIC AND LIFE EXPERENCIES
EDWARD COLLINSON'S POEMS ARE ALL RELATED TO LIFE EXPERENCIES THAT EVERY HUMAN BEING CAN RELATE TO IN THERE OWN WAY FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO OBTAIN THE BOOK CONTACT AUTHOR AT EDWARD@NORTHWESTEL.NET

Submitted: April 24, 2007

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I  feel the wind a biting now

Upon my face and furrowed brow

The brown grass leans in its wrath

As fall to winter makes it path

The first fall of driven snow

As from fall to winter grow

The cold of frost is in the air

The trees of leaves are finally bare

It is the time to homeward turn

As in the stoves the fires burn

The warmth of house and that of kin

To the comforts of the home with in

 


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