Today's Poetry Friday round-up is at Cathy Mere's blog, Merely Day by Day. Thanks Cathy!
Earlier in the week I spent several hours outside on another beautiful autumn day, playing with photographing leaves falling, playing 'gotcha'. Since then more leaves have been blowing around, falling, swirling, whirling-verb lists grow! I posted one photo I loved on FB, and now have written a second poem about it, too. I realize many of you have seen the picture, but it is such a lovely look, different than my other leafy pictures. I'm not tired of leaf poems yet, are you? I'm still discovering new, wonderful ones. See you here next week on Halloween!
in the garden.
Christmas popped in too soon.
The wind blew leaves to decorate
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Since you have one week left before Halloween,
I want to give a shout-out for Charles Ghigna's Halloween Nights, Twenty-One Spooktacular Poems, illustrated spookily by Adam McCauley. I've had a great time recently sharing the poems with all ages. If you don't have it, you should! I've already reviewed it, but wanted to tell about it again this week.