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Religious Autumn Poems | Religious Poems About Autumn

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Details | Dramatic Verse | |

Hidden

The innocent child still crying,
That you nailed up on your wall,
Her tears are freely flowing,
As the autumn leaves do fall.
The wind of time still blowing,
Across the lonely way,
As the soldiers march to battle,
On this bright and sunny day.
I couldn't get the words,
To leave my knotted throat,
I couldn't get my loved ones,
To leave the sinking boat.
I couldn't think the thoughts,
That could protect me from the light,
Couldn't see your beauty,
Hidden in my night.

And now the end is coming,
Riding on the wind,
To blow away illusions,
To blow up everything.

The riders horse is thunder,
The swords are flashing high,
As the angels of destruction 
Fall from the darken sky.

A million times I told you,
Whispered in your ear,
A million blessing hidden,
Behind the demons of your fears.

The innocent lamb is bleeding,
As the lightening flashes by,
The autumn leaves still falling,
From the sadness in your eye.

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Details | Haiku | |

My Autumn Haiku

My Autumn Haiku
 
Leave's seeds soon are sewn;
Finally when fully grown,
Live lives of their own.
 
Do thank God each day;
How He made leaves and each way;
Here with me to stay.
 
Leaves were colorful;
Always will be wonderful;
And moon which was full.
 
Somewhere in the end
Leaves always will want to blend
On God do depend.

Leaves Aren't Unified;
Different sizes dried and died;
With God now abide.
 
James Thomas Horn
Retired Veteran


Details | Free verse | |

Autumn Dance

burgundy red 
then aspen gold 
what tapestry
the leaves unfold 
make their 
autumn dance
the leaves 
have souls