Monday, October 23, 2006

Shoreline farewell

The empty boat house
Red-leaved flags waving farewell to summer
Waters quietly reminiscing
Over the summer's days of shouts and laughter
And the nights of smoky talk under starry skies.
Resigned to the cold winter waiting to come.

6 comments:

Val said...

Perfectly expressed.

Tabor said...

I had to reduce the resolution on the photo as blogger can be a little tempermental with large .jpg files!

Endment said...

How well you paint autumn passing into winter

middle-angel said...

Such a beautiful expression!
I always like your writing style.
In Japan, around the area I reside, leaves are gradually turning their color. I like this time of the year best when everything appears calm.

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