Thursday, September 23, 2010

A Canadian Autumn

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Autumn strikes a pose,
that we might better admire
her fine russet gown…
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Indian summer
is a callous lover who
heeds not winters call...
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Summer sheds her green
attire to wrap herself in
cloaks of burnished gold...
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16 comments:

  1. Dear Lynette,
    What lovely gowns nature dons. A true red carpet experience!

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  2. Definitely enjoy your words and creativity.

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  3. I love "Indian summer is a callous lover." Creatively done.

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  4. Just wonderful, beautifully creative :o)

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  5. I love the pictures and the words! So well arranged! Hey, you're not too far off from Thanksgiving!

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  6. Wow. Wonderful haiku as always. And the images are amazing......how did you do that? You are so creative, you have an artist's eye. Wonderful!

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  7. This is beautiful and the photos are a delight!
    Pamela

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  8. Such wonderful lines in this Lynette...it is beautiful! :-)

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  9. Wonderfully written, love how you arrange them in such a beautiful way^^

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  10. I love the photos the poem and your arrangement!
    Indian summer a callous lover, love this line~
    Beautiful and so much sentiment~

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  11. Hi Lynette, the ease with which you shift from scene to scene makes it obvious you're a seasoned writer. Nice layout too, bye :)

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  12. Very nicely put together and autumn is my favorite time of the year!

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  13. breath taking metaphor..

    beautiful sentiments about your country and the season autumn.

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