Autumn by Robin Parker

This beautiful piece from Robin came from TCWG first online workshop, hosted by Ray Stearn. The covid lockdown has meant that we look for other ways to meet and Zoom provided the opportunity here. This came from a ten minute exercise in  a very short 40 minute workshop





Life in its fruitfulness spawns

Berries of all colours,

Fronting still green leaves.


Mellow winds strengthen and

Miserable rain begins to fall.


Autumn augurs death of summer as

Leaves turned brown flutter down,

Becoming damp mush.


Bark of tree branches becomes

Starkly visible.

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