An ATV ride on an autumn afternoonPosted: November 7, 2022 Filed under: Poetry, Writing Inspiration, Writing Life | Tags: Kaye Lynne Booth, Nature, Poetry, Writing to be Read 2 Comments
I took an ATV ride today and just had to share the fall colors with you.
Aspens are my favorite trees, as you might guess. Let me also share a poem about them which seems fitting. This is a minimalist poem which I’m particularly found of. It was published in Colorado Life magazine (September/October 2016). I do hope you enjoy it.
Dark eyes staring out of white bark
Scantily clad by quivering green leaves
Turning waxy yellow in fall
Stark and exposed in winter
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These are lovely pictures, Kaye, and I enjoyed the poem.
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So glad that you enjoyed them, Robbie. Thanks for checking out my post. ❤️