Autumn’s Dawn

A poem

Photo by Anna da Silva

Slanting rays
Herald autumn days
Catch glistening beads
That cling to leaves
Cast shadow’s long fingers
Through skeletons of summer
To usher in winter’s
Darkness.

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Stories of Dennett (Wildflower) & Ben (Weed) & Our Guests

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Anna da Silva

Anna da Silva

Ex war reporter turned aid worker then environmentalist. Wife, mum & stepmum. Joining dots with story-telling, poetry, memoir & fiction. @hogglespiking

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