Autumn's a beautiful time of year,
Conditions are just ideal,
Bright colors and much cooler days with,
Crispy nights have more appeal.
Wake up to a rainbow of colors,
It's Fall a known performer,
Yes Autumn's Dawning is the second,
Spring called Indian Summer.
Deep in Summer the foliage of trees,
Has lost its freshness of green,
And here and there a yellow or red,
Leaf shows itself in between.
Every Autumn turns out its beauty,
As dramatic changing leaves,
Launch spectacular parades ablaze,
All over lighting up trees.
Whisperings of reds tint leaves in part,
And touches of yellows glow,
When falling temperatures inspire,
An Autumn's Dawning to show.
New blazings spring forth beautifying,
In the midst of bright blue skies,
Just like every leaf is a flower,
Bursting forth in the sunrise.
Everyone should really take the time,
To sit and watch the leaves turn,
Just to see the colors changing for,
Summer will slowly adjourn.
All Autumns are always glorious,
With colors bright and vibrant,
Then at times softened subtle tones speak,
God's artistry more brilliant.
Even blueberry bushes and shrubs,
Become show pieces in red,
Along with Autumn's Dawning that peaks,
A splendorous spread ahead.
Nature gives a show in each Autumn,
That can never be compared,
All our different from ones before since,
God's beautifully prepared.
15 September 2007