September

Light sleeps in a bit longer

It’s subtle incrouchment of darkness

Air turns more quickly as humidity changes

Cool nights leave window wide open

Crickets chirp loading in desperation 

Plants like asters and iron weed come to bloom

Stars shine a little brighter above

Moon light nights seem brighter

Underneath it all the change is coming

Goodbye long summer evenings

Animals have taken more of the night

They left the day to build for a winter

Plants hurriedly push forth seeds

Birds raid them mercilessly while they can

Things still grow up and fruit still sets

But the colors of them are different

The smells in the air are fuller and stay

My blue sky incredibly clear and bright

But it hides air from the North

Cooler temperatures hide in shadows

Eighties become sixties in a blink

The fall is coming soon to waits at the door

September comes in like a their in the night

Calm, quiet, subtle and leaves with Summer

Then an artists brush covers its tracks in the trees

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11 thoughts on “September

  1. It’s just may be i have comment the same twice at your post mistakenly pls u approve only one !

    On Aug 31, 2016 4:48 PM, “Coloring Outside the Lines” wrote:

    > any1mark66 posted: “Light sleeps in a bit longer It’s subtle incrouchment > of darkness Air turns more quickly as humidity changes Cool nights leave > window wide open Crickets chirp loading in desperation Plants like asters > and iron weed come to bloom Stars shine a ” >

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    1. It’s a season of change. I’m in the middle of changing where I live. So it’s a natural fit. I’m happy to inspire you. Writing is the great rush that allows you to go where you normal wouldn’t or find yourself unable to go.

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