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The Magic Of Autumn

The rustling leaves

of season’s colour

The rustic shades

of crimson and gold

When sunrise shone

in wondrous splendour

the wind rustled

to a thousand violins

awakening harmony

charm of autumn’s beauty

in gold and blue

that glorious morn

that magic of autumn.

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  1. Lovely, Iris! 💙

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  2. We are almost there, thank you Iris 🙂

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  3. Lovely Iris .. autumn is my favourite season. 😃

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  4. You described the magic of Autumn perfectly, Iris! 🙂

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  5. Your lovely embrace of autumn is so soothing, Iris. Especially liked this line: “the wind rustled/to a thousand violins….”

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  6. Absolutely enchanting, Iris! I love how you combine colours and sounds to weave your magic poem! Have a very lovely autumn! 😄😘💕🍃🍂🍁

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    • Ah, Sarah, your artistry in visualising this magical season is splendid! 😃 ❤ Autumn sounds of rustling leaves and whispering winds remind me of Vivaldi’s music “Four Seasons”. Thank you very much for your delightful reflection. 🎶 🎻🎹

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  7. You have certainly captured that magic of autumn. Lovely. 🙂

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  8. Autumn and sunrise colors certainly blend to create harmony and magic. Gorgeous poem, Iris!

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  9. Iris, your poetry is like music. I enjoy reading it aloud.
    Easter blessings, dear friend ~ Wendy ❤

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  10. Iris, this is a beautiful poem capturing the magic of autumn with lovely use of colours and imagery. ‘A thousand violins’- wow!!

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  11. One of my favorite writers, Albert Camus, said that autumn was a second spring when every leaf was a flower. I don’t think he ever visited Michigan, but his words surely describe the season here.

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