Having Done Their Good Work

In autumn,

having done their good work,

leaves celebrate

what has been and will come

and embrace the season

with shades of gold, orange and red.

Some hang on,

rattling faintly through wind and rain,

to punctuate the coming starkness,

others, explode in fiery color,

deserting branches overnight

to blanket the ground with their warmth.

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Beech Leaves, (Donna).

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