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Autumns leaves, turned to brown

And with them, all the colors drown

Replaced by flakes of purest white

On barren limbs, a weary sight

Winter snow covers what is left

But here I wonder, quite bereft

Why autumn lost her blazing spark

Naked, cold, she embraces dark


Poem & Photo ©2017 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved