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Discussion in 'Creative Traditional' started by seajay, May 10, 2008.



    seajay New Member

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    can anyone whisper to me
    softly, if you please,
    the reason for the leaves on the ground?
    wet and lifeless,
    waving goodbye to their mother tree

    as

    they

    fall.

    swaying side to side,
    their last and fatal dance.
    can you hear them screaming?
    perhaps they simply hum a tune.
    a farewell tune.
    so long, autumn.
    so long.


    Posted By seajay | May 10, 2008
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    such a wonderful and creative penning for the falling of the autumn leaves excellent writing CJ
    handshakes
    tom


    Posted By Bear | May 22, 2008
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    MsJacquiiC Poetica Magnifique

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    I liked this poem very much - It's like one last poignant wave byebye to the bygone season... Quite a nice tone, somber, but with a lingering melody of sorts, a melancholia perhaps:

    It's interesting write because it's as if reminiscing before the season's truly gone... A weird stigma of sorts - but a truly intriguing write.

    Thanx for the sharing.

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    Posted By MsJacquiiC | May 27, 2008
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