Lessons of Fall-Poetry in Five

It’s Friday, (and although I am a little late)-I am bringing you Poetry in Five with today’s special word being FALL.  I chose to go the direction of the seasons, with double meanings (as I often like to do when writing poetry) in both talking about the literal season of Fall , and season’s of life as well.    I hope you enjoy today’s delight!  Let me know what you think… Here goes:

Five Minute Friday

 

 

Lessons of Fall:

 

Leaves of Gold-

(their former green),

The richest color

briefly seen.

A canopy

of purest light,

Falls glittering down-

into the night.

As winds of change

draw ever near,

The trees-

They seem to have no fear.

They know it’s time-

They must transform.

And with that,

Something new is born.

And so it’s been,

Since the dawn of time-

All things must learn,

To bend with clime.

 

©Rebekah Ann Stephenson (www.weliveinspired.com)

 

Golden Leaves

 

 

inspiring quotes about change

Lessons Of Fall, Poem by Rebekah Ann Stephenson

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