Jason Miears

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  • The Love of The Season Autumn

    In the crisp gentle wind of fall

    You can see the beautiful brown autumn leaves big and small

    Jack-O-Lanterns, bats, and candy corn delight the children

    But the biggest treat of all lies within them

    A big smile cross their face is what parents seek

    To see their bright faces say “trick or Treat”.


    A time of harvest, the season is of plenty

    To wake on an early November night to a delightful smell

    With cinnamon pumpkin pie and warm apple cider on the kettle

    The feeling of love and delight permeates the air

    It’s a time to be thankful and start to a new beginning

    Earth’s abundant pasture of wheat and corn shows the cycle is never ending.


    Comment: I wrote this poem as I love fall and I love celebrating the seasons.