Rain Fell On An Autumn Eve

Rain Fell On An Autumn Eve

Rain fell

On an autumn eve,

In a sunny shower,

Of sound

And light,

That might

Wet the ground

A little,

And refresh

The gardens

For a time.

Gentle, it was,

As is

The remaining

Scent,

Sneaking up

Into the nostrils,

To tantalise us

With the new

bounty

From above.

Simon C.J. Falk 18 April 2017

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Author: simonfalk28

Country lad, Focussing on verse.

2 thoughts on “Rain Fell On An Autumn Eve”

  1. I love this poem. I did have to stop a second to remember that where you live the seasons are opposite to where I am. The wonders of living on this big blue ball we call Earth. #WATWB

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