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AUTUMN FARE
 

leaves falling from the trees
in all the Autumn colors
Autumn showcasing its colors
with a calming air
and its usual flair

bare-breasted fair maidens
wearing nothing
but flowers in their hair
dancing in the open field
their locks of hair
springing in the breezy air
without a world's care

no pears on the trees

dare we climb the trees
before the bears
to search for honey
in the hollow homes
of busy bees

the best time for a country fair
I declare
falling in love with you again

Bernard Gieske, September 18, 2106

The Brain Tease Challenge
ilflnag = falling


By Bengieske

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