Ode to October – A Valentine’s Day Poem

 

The emerald summer leaves,

start to detach from trees all around.

They flow gently in the breeze,

coming to rest on a thick’ning mound.

 

The carpet of orange vibrance,

where summer leaves lay content.

The rich pumpkin fragrance,

cleanses the air with a familiar scent.

 

The beauty of Autumn sunsets,

blends of peach and salmon forge the light.

The moon emerges, a white lunette,

and bright stars flood the sky at night.

 

 

By Ellis Thompson, Year 10

Image courtesy of Jordan Wozniak @unsplash.com

 

 

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