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Falling Leaves   poem  
Creators: Ellen Million (Writer)
An autumn poem.
Posted: 10/20/11      [1 Comment] ~ 46 words.
 

Falling leaves make
surprising amounts of noise
in a still forest.

They whisper and mutter
like restless snow-unicorns
as they fall.

Like parting curtains
they reveal a majestic view
not glimpsed during summer's green.

Gold and green hills
tinged with red
dwarfed by white peaks beyond.

Author's Notes

This was created during the September 2011 Muse Fusion, to Doris Hernandez' prompt about a majestic view, partly inspired by the change of seasons we're experiencing right now.


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