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Autumn's Turn

Cool upon the evening's glow
     and the falling of one leaf
Turns the passing of the year
     like a lonely midnight thief.
Harvest of what had remained
     fulfilled time's honored quest
About the long days of toil
     which carries one into rest.
Rewards flow from bounded yield
     long conceded to the dust,
Doing more and then again
     doing much more than they must.
Readied now for coming change
     and at peace with all you reap,
Giving thanks for all that's been,
     moving into newborn's sleep.

Copyright © Daniel Larson

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  1. Date: 6/27/2013 4:58:00 PM
    I love the flow of your words. Autumn seems special to you. SuZ