by Richard L. Provencher
12/18/2010 / Poetry
The puffy wind absorbs
an entanglement of leaves once
clinging comfortably, maples
unmasked during Autumn's ritual
countless curlicues descending
in meandering paths
a flotilla of curled-up edges,
layers of calico
matting under golden sun during
shades of orange, reddish-hue
and yellow tinge--
from lofty spires to unplanned
journeys below, leafy
dances in one last trembling fling.
Richard L. Provencher
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