A poem: a feast of colour

A recent trip to the South Island was a feast of autumn colour as we drove through Marlborough to Hanmer and on to Canterbury; inspiring this short poem.

Fallen and turning,

the bright hues of

autumn colour lie strewn.

A rich tapestry thrown carelessly.

Inviting playfulness;

leaves to be scattered,

thrown, crunched underfoot.

Photo by Jeremy Thomas on Unsplash


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