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September's Song
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By Lucia Kiersch Haase
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September's Song


The fields glow in tones of gold
the corn and soybeans as foretold
have grown within their manna's flow-
in tones of gold, the fields glow.

In saffron notes, the changing trees
bare early color midst the breeze,
as through the air, confetti floats-
'neath changing trees in saffron notes.

A humming heard, the garden casts
a faded shadow - summer's passed,
yet roots lie nesting as the birds-
the garden casts a humming heard.

Uplifting wings, a flock of geese
fly into the horizon's peace
as over hills and vales, there sings
a flock of geese, uplifting wings.

September's song - I hear it now,
a melody on Winter's brow;
as praising seasons move along-
I hear it now, September's song.


Note:(A swap quatrain poem - Each stanza in the poem must be a quatrain where the first line
                                        is reversed in the 4th line.  In addition, line 2 must rhyme with
                                        line 1 and line 3 must rhyme with line 4, and so on, but not repeat-
                                        the same rhyming pattern in subsequent stanzas. )

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Submitted: Monday, September 15, 2014

Last Updated: Wednesday, February 10, 2016

About the Poet
Poet and follower of Christ as a direct result of several spiritual experiences in my life.

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