A cool mist hovers o'er water lilies on the sleepy pond
And bathed in declining sunrays is a blossoming bond of love
Through the crowded park they go oblivious to noise around them
Warm hands brush, then slowly lock, as heartfelt thoughts lay bear
Sweet murmurings softly fall like autumn’s golden leaves
Upon the grassy knoll beneath wise, old oak trees, listening
While the crisp wind churns, envious, as he steadily blows
Quite unaware is he, Autumn love has taken its hold
While mischevious Cupid, chuckles with glee at his work, well done
A perfect hit! Once two friends; now two hearts made one!
Lost In their reverie, a beautiful world of their own
Stealing kisses while watching the last geese fly home.
Written by Annalise
For Michael's"Falling in Love in the Fall" Contest