nature, Poetry Friday


yellow autumn leaves
Michaud Park in autumn (Photo © 2015 by V. Nesdoly)


multitudes of yellow leaves
illumine the park floor

the crop of summer’s
sunny days

for winter’s store

© 2014 by Violet Nesdoly (All Rights Reserved)


Poetry Friday LogoThis post is linked to Poetry Friday, hosted today by foody extraordinaire, Jama at Jama’s Alphabet Soup.

12 thoughts on “preserves”

  1. Violet, what a stunning photo accompanied by an inviting poem. I wish these leaves could be preserved to warm up our winter days. Are you going to submit this one for Autumn’s Palette Gallery? It has a full range of glorious colors to sparkle the gallery’s wall.


  2. What a gorgeous photo! I want to roll & “swim” my way, enjoying every movement within the yellow playground, till I reach the lighted arched-opening at the end of the vista. So glad you preserved what you saw so we could see and it enjoy, also! …In comparison with the multitudinous leaves, you have used a paucity of words to produce a simply awesome natural testimony. Autumn is so sensory-rich. Thank you for bringing the season alive in words and photo. God bless you!


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