Wednesday, 26 October 2016

The Wednesday Poem #1 - Blaze Glory

This is a new series. Every Wednesday, I am going to feature a poem and a picture about our neighbourhood. If you have a poem and a picture you'd like to feature, just email to me using the link in the sidebar. I've witten poetry for many years, for my own amusement. I hope you enjoy it.

Image may contain: sky, tree, cloud, plant, outdoor and nature

Blaze Glory
To a backdrop of slate grey sky
red is the colour as the maple leaves die
As the maple leaf falls
It cries out with the passion for beauty,
Why die with not so much as a whisper,
When you can blaze glory across an autumnal sky

Copyright -  Roger Tichborne October 2016 

Picture taken Millway, Mill Hill, London 23/10/2016

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