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A Familiar Kind of Chaos

by Amy Lovett 3 months ago in nature poetry
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There can be such beauty in transformation

The moments tick down to the autumn equinox

Our bodies feel the change in the air

A little crisper, a little cooler

Humidity deflates

Voila!

A red leaf appears

Where there once was green

Hillsides brushed by a divine painter

The autumn harvest fills our bowls and bellies

Fruits of the summer begin to dwindle

The squirrels scurry endlessly

Flowers close and wilt

Sunset

Darkness creeps in

Finding us sooner as days pass

The world readies itself for a slower pace

Every living thing starts to move inward towards source

We reach for closeness with one another

Animals ready their homey nests

Plants reclaim ground

Fall

nature poetry

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Amy Lovett

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Nice work

Very well written. Keep up the good work!

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  • Novlet Allen3 months ago

    I like the title a lot. enjoyable poetry.

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