Goodbye Fall

I’m running late with everything bar work at the moment but here is my Poetic Tuesday entry ( It’s Friday)

Thanks to Walt for the prompt over at dVerse and good luck to him on the next part of his journey. Our theme is goodbye.

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Autumn is hanging on.

Leaf by golden yellow brown leaf.

Each drop, a gentle gravity called ceilidh.

Toward that final moment.

That last, grasping, fingernail moment.

Of that last leaf.

On that last tree.

That last fall.

Silence.

No longer

Golden.

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Photo by ME

 

6 thoughts on “Goodbye Fall

  1. Laura Bloomsbury says:

    “Each drop, a gentle gravity called ceilidh” – what a line”! the adjective conjures so well the light fall of leaf rather than the strong pull of magnetic earth

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