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Autumn Landscape

Autumn Landscape

A Poem by LittleHikaria

Poetry / Children / School Days It's drawing lesson! The topic is 'Autumn'. This child dreams about what pictures and ideas come to her mind for the said topic.

Our art teacher told,

“Paint me your autumn ideas, kids.”

Others busy doodling,

I imagined behind my closed eyelids,


The sky: a tangled brown mess of lines,

And curves against a blue hue.

No flowers, but lots of bark and vines

Ripe with fruits; sweet ‘n’ sour.


The ground littered with leaves

Of red, brown and gold polychrome glory

Furry creatures darting about

Gathering nuts and food for winter story.


Golden autumn landscapes flashed differently

Each time in my dreamy mind

I opened my eyes and realized rather suddenly

The perfect scenery on my right.


I began drawing and painting

A bold and colorful piece complete with pool

And lots of happy familiar faces,

Of my little world in my first autumn at school.

© 2015 LittleHikaria

Author's Note

Basically, this is pretty much me when it comes to drawing. I think in different views and angles of a certain topic before I draw it seriously.
And no, I have never met autumn yet. She never gave me the honor - so it was basically imagination of what autumn looks like - smells, taste and the feel of her aren't included.

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Added on November 18, 2015
Last Updated on November 18, 2015
Tags: autumn, school, child, imagination, art, lesson, drawing, poetry