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Autumn Breeze – Elizabeth Ayers

Autumn Breeze

An autumn breeze blows over

The fading summer air— 

My skirts swirl in the breaths

Of a wind without a care


School-bells loudly calling

The children back inside— 

Chipmunks scurry underground— 

Returning home to hide


As the leaves start falling— 

Whisp’ring to the ground— 

Warm at home in silence

Is where I can be found


Till icy snow has melted— 

And Proserpine appears— 

I’ll wrap my shawl around me

As autumn ever nears.


Author: Elizabeth Ayers


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