Autumn Poem by Adina

From our first experimental 40 minute workshop Adina produced this lovely piece before her computer broke down.

I remember the days we spent so fondly

And all those leaves which kept falling and falling

Though autumn gave them quiet beauty

A solidity through time beyond their brown colours.

So dead in hand yet lively in heart…

Their colours fading green to brown

And after too little time the leaves had piled

That rain dig and dig and the wind sings

Till the fruitfulness autumn winds had lost their lustre

And the miserable weather brings no beauty

No matter the colours of the leaves

If no other rain can mellow whisper

No wind should blow at all

Nor leaves should fall again.

Death. Rain. Dark. Life.


Adina Mitrea

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