Autumn Doubts

Autumn Doubts

A Poem by amdc101

Written in Round Robin Writers group


First Round Robin

By amdc101, S Sanders, and Sudhanshu


Autumn Doubts


The colors of the crunchy leaves beneath my feet add warmth to the cool air biting my


nose and cheeks


Autumn leaves sashay to the ground.  I take them in, enjoy the sound of children playing


in piles of yellow and gold.


The dripping of the morning dew as they fall upon the swirling leaves;


Like a tear-drop from your eyes, they touch my soul in unsaid ways;


and only you know the reason why.


Your eyes are as clear as the blue sky; no clouds there


Yet I see those lingering doubts in your misty eyes appear. Why are they no longer


sunshine clear?

© 2011 amdc101

Author's Note

The three of us wrote this together in the Round Robin group, taking turns writing lines. Come check out the group!

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Brilliant! I once wrote a poem in this way. It was called the Battle of Poetry!

Lovable work! I loved the lines...

"Autumn leaves sashay to the ground.
I take them in, enjoy the sound of children playing
in piles of yellow and gold."

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