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SUMMER FALLS INTO WINTER

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The sun sinks lower on the horizon each day
In the woods it is no longer time for play
Buried nuts all gathered - nests and burrows prepared
The trees shedding leaves until limbs all bared

Crunching sounds can be heard everywhere
Of inhabitants busily scurrying here and there
Through carpet of orange, russet, red and gold
As they get ready for the impending cold

Each day sounds decrease little by little
Until no sound is heard – not even a whistle
The air getting colder and colder until
Everything starts to turn white and all still

Summer days have gone - fallen into winter days
The inhabitants snuggled into their beds to stay
Cozy and prepared for the dark days of gray
Until winter springs into warm bright summer days
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Posted: Oct 2019
About this poem:
Anymore seems like our days change right from summer to winter and winter to summer with very little fall or spring days.

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EXRED
Love your poem and picture you have it so right.
godsprincessonline today!
Thank you Red. I love the colors of fall but I don't like the gray and white of winter. Give me color! I have to have COLOR!! lol

Kathy
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We had our first sleet and snow yesterday - so not ready for this. High of 30 degrees today. And Winter doesn't officially start until December 21st.

Kathy sad flower sad flower sad flower
Rachael_0622online now!
Very good work
Great vocabulary expressive colorful meaningful
Rachael
yasparkonline today!
Nice poem and a beautiful picture!wave
salamunaonline today!
beautiful poem Kathy. i wish I could have "everything white and still "...but here the winter has more grey colors and the snow comes maybe once in a couple of years for a couple of days. Enjoyed your poem. Lily bouquet heart wings
mcradloff
We lost most of our snow from Halloween day and now I wait for more snow, but not much in the forcast before Thankgiving. I like winter the best with snow and no bugs outside, Christmas and skiing.dancingsanta chicken jackolantern
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Thank you Rachael.

Kathy
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Thank you yaspark! Today we are experiencing freezing rain, sleet and tomorrow snow. Winter has begun.

Kathy sad flower
HotrodLarrys
Hello Kathy,
Very Nice, yes the seasons are changing faster and faster each Year ( it seems)

Beautiful Picture, I am not a fan of Winter....It comes whether I like it or not. laugh

Enjoyed the Poem, Nicely Written!
Larry tip hat
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Lily - at least I don't have to shovel grey! laugh This is what I woke up to last week - my backyard.

Kathy teddybear

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Lily: My front yard correction - Monday morning this week.

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Thanks for reading McG - however, my favorite season is Spring when all things are reborn and sprouting up through the ground and lots of color. Have a very wonderful Christmas and enjoy your cold weather.

Kathy wave
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Thanks for reading Hot Rod Larrys - yes I agree with you - winter is not my favorite season either!

Kathy teddybear
Abby1963online today!
Brings back those cold winters that I knew were to come. We as people also stocked up on goods ,never knowing if we would be snowed in or if the temperature would drop so low that we weren’t able to go out. Loved your verbiage I could feel your poem in my bones .Beautiful pictures as well. Happy New Year Kathy ,May 2020 be everything you hope for. teddybear
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Thanks Laura. Happy New Year to you too.

Kathy
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Again - I love Spring the best and Fall is my second favorite season of the year. For those Down Under they are in beautiful Spring.

Kathy jackolantern jackolantern
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