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Fall a season so rare
The season of Fall is growing near
Colors so rare as the leaves shout out
Explosive colors now bursting dear
A brilliance so loud there is no doubt
Wondrous yellows, the reds, purple, too
Basking in glory as the season grows
Butterflies linger, so wet is the dew
Sweet smell of flowers tickles the nose
Colors still linger as first frost arrives
Temps slowly dropping, the season grows
Fighting, surviving, temperature dives
Slowly drifting away on the breeze
Colors now dimmer in softening hues
Time for the shedding, floating from the trees
Give way to winter, a cold blustery day
Then one day their majesty fades out
Wind blowing here and there, trees so bare
The circle begins again, dancing about
Seeds fall from heaven, they fall everywhere
Beauty so impressive, rare is their fragrance
Unbridled, so patient, lovingly glowing radiance

By olderandbolder

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