Fall haiku

the night comes early
summer is now at its end
beckoning winter

raindrops quickly fall
rivulets on the window
puddles at my door

windblown tattered leaves
severed from gnarled twisted limbs
replenish the earth






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StarPoet   StarPoet wrote
on 9/22/2009 4:36:54 AM
A reminder that the summer is over and fall is coming. And soon that monster called winter. UUUUUGHHHHH!!!!

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