Autumn Words

The Deputy Headmistress has a bushel of autumn poetry at The Common Room, including this one:

By Rose Fylman

The summer is over,
The trees are all bare,
There is mist in the garden and frost in the air.
The meadows are empty
And gathered the sheaves-
But isn’t it lovely kicking up leaves!

John from the garden
Has taken the chairs;
It’s dark in the evening
And cold on the stairs.
Winter is coming and everyone grieves-
But isn’t it lovely kicking up leaves!

The others are wonderful, too.

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