Autumn's Rise: A Poem
The glorious death of vibrant trees is bittersweet,
Before their leaves dive to the ground,
In one last attempt of growth,
They transform into shades of amber, coffee, and sunshine,
Soon they will fall, decay, become brittle and bitter,
Crunching under the feet of weary travelers,
Breaking apart slowly to bring nutrients to the earth,
But for now, they are the dying trees' crowning glory,
A bouquet standing tall in the chilly air,
One last burst of color to remind us of the spring and summer,
Before the entrance of frigid temperatures,
Summer gives an encore in its last curtain call,
As autumn ushers in the season of barren bleakness.
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