By Sharon L. Remington
Nature’s last fling
All enjoy their brilliance
Trees, which are deciduous, broad,
Umbrellas, they shade us from some weather concerns,
Roots can reach out forever.
Evergreens are able to survive the winter,
Sunlight shines this day.
Autumn is in the air!
Under the Oaks, bright red, brown, or russet leaves
Taking long walks with someone close to you,
Underfoot, you can hear crunchy leaves that have fallen.
Many are decorating for the season
Now trees will show their colors before going dormant.
Purplish red of Dogwood
Apple orchards are the place to be,
Let the hayrides begin!
Even small children jump into piles of leaves.
Tom some it means; the cold is right around the corner,
To others; this is their favorite season
Even still, Communities united, blessed by autumn’s beauty.
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Some of my interest include water, gardening, crafts, poetry, animals and long walks. I also collect nautical articles from different places I visit. I look forward to being a part of Blue Water Healthy Living Magazine. My goal is to bring material that is appealing to its reader’s.