The Taste of Fall

The following poem is inspired by the song Moonglow by Benny Goodman


THE TASTE OF FALL by ©Diana Jillian 9/21/14



Lifted up on a very good feeling
Picking is just right for the stealing
Leaves from green to red and gold

Kisses under the soft moonglow
Feeling that gentle breeze blow
The freshly feel of a new season

Picking fallen apples from the ground
Cornucopia of corn to pass all around
Used specifically to eat or decorate

All of the amazing colors landing into fall
Shades of reds and yellows to savor it all
You have not landed in the world of Oz

Light cool breeze that brushes your skin
The end of the heat as the cool sets in
Waiting and savoring for the taste of fall

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