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Always September
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By Lucia Kiersch Haase
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Always September


Always September turns my mind aside
with each and every early leaf that falls
to expectations of a burnished tide
that permeates the air in season's call.

A fragrant music plays within the spheres
of apple harvest sweet in winded scent;
there is new coolness felt in mornings sheer,
draped misty over summer flowers spent.

Chrysanthemums now budding, beckon eyes
to reap a daily changing tapestry,
and goldenrod flares torchnotes into skies-
such ballads much too wonderful for me...

who holds in heart such nature to remember
in miracles espied with each September.


(a Shakespearean sonnet)

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Submitted: Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Last Updated: Thursday, September 25, 2014

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

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