Nature Baseball Poems | Nature Poems About Baseball

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I know not what autumn would've been
Without Pine, Cedars and Maples tall, 
Their leaves in shades of myriad hues
And the endearing Robin's call; 

The withered leaves weave a carpet soft
Bending boughs with their skeletal look, 
Blue-grey skies and a crimson dusk
My languor they verily took; 

Hope flies in and tweets deep in my heart
Whistling the tune of an old folk song, 
Reminds of many autumns past
And faces I spied not since long; 

Their gentle embrace and caring looks
Honeyed voices that pledged love for me, 
Autumn said they'll stay with my soul
Entombed until infinity! 

Copyright © Amar Agarwala | Year Posted 2017