AUTUMN IN GEORGIA
Catch Fall’s foliage Brasstown Bald —
Highest peak for colorful leaves.
Red squirrel’s cache of acorns, seeds,
pine cones, bird eggs in felled log sleeve.
Serve up Helen’s Oktoberfest
in Alpine Helen-White county
with brats and beer, cool weather dressed,
polkas and Ein Prosit bounty.
The down-home fun, my southern town,
relieved of heat, I hope for snow.
Meanwhile In Autumn hues, I drown,
warmed by an orange pumpkin’s glow.
Brian Strand’s COMPLETELY YOUR CHOICE (8)
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