Indian Summer: A Poem
The flowers' scent spiraling in the autumn air,
Beckons closer to warmth before coolness there,
The greenery makes us gasp with hidden delight,
The sun overhead embraces softly, glinting bright,
A sudden springish burst of life and rebirth,
Makes me frolic in fields of growth unearthed,
For a moment childhood feels quite near,
When conjured memories quietly appear,
Before summer commences its sad farewell,
The balmy weather murmurs a rapturous tale.
More Poetry from Ebower
- Enchanting Words: A Poem
Words have the power to raise one's soul to lofty heights; above the clouds and away from reality.
- The Minutes: A Poem
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The night is quiet yet filled with longing and imagination.
- Coffee Dreams: A Poem
Questions arise when love is in the hopeful stage.
- Mystified: A Poem
Reflection brings clarity in a world of broken dreams.
- A Song Addiction: A Poem
Music soothes the soul and gratifies the heart.
- Jazz: A Poem
Sometimes words don't convey their actual meaning.
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