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              Autumn day's goldenrays seap through heaven's gentle blues
                    Shading, tangled leaves fire colors,autumn's unfallen few
It's flowered clearings...calming and pleasant...devine solacessence
                        Timeless...moments exploring its sacred charm 
                             pretty paradise unharmed 
 White shadow cloves grow where sunlight's veiled and nocturnalight's paled
          Glowing starbright's velvetine leaves and pedals bloom untamed
                                            thirsting autumn rain
            Their thorned roots baring gifts...fragrant oils and compost soil
                       Blue flowered grass and tangleweed clash
                       Through summer, autumn and winter past
                                      Summer harvest splendor
                                         Contrasts harsh winters 
                   Snow white timber casting felt cloves...aged old
     Sunburnt...autumnal colors shown...ocher, tangerine and gold
                  Bleed through summer's shading taragon cloves

      Bare timber stretching skyward yearn summer's goldencrystal rays
                                         As autumn's fallen decays
                Autumn is summer's present and decorative essence
                       Night's cosmic silence instills meditative solace 
                            Night keepers lit candled lanterned votives
As cloaking black air grew colder & starless eve progressed,silence its essence
                                   Morning frost forcasts winter's presence

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