A poem by Jim Deeds
[New City Magazine – November 2021, page 23]
Autumn ambles in,
Where summer once stood strong;
Bringing blood-soaked dawns,
And silver sunsets.
Awe-inspiring autumn allows,
All who pause,
To ponder the wonder,
Of the world;
To know that movement,
Of season, of time, of age, of people,
Is ordained, is proper, is good.
From the book Soul Seasons by Jim Deeds. Published by New City (2021)