Fall Equinox by Joan McNerney

Fall Equinox

 

Morning light reveals

silhouettes of branches

against a dove grey sky.

 

Hurry, pick gardens of bright

vegetables. Time to cook

big pots of soup, yeasty breads.

 

Wearing red, orange,

yellow leaves, trees

sashaying in the wind.

 

Countless shades of leaves,

shapes of leaves,

sounds of leaves.

 

Children come from school

jumping in piles of foliage

shouting with delight.

 

Flying carpets of sugar maple

leaves unfurl along our road

as frost draws closer.

 

Amazing how many stars

fit inside my windowpane

alongside a harvest moon.


Joan McNerney’s poetry has been included in numerous literary magazines such as Seven Circle Press, Dinner with the Muse, Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze, Blueline, and Halcyon Days.  Three Bright Hills Press Anthologies, several Poppy Road Review Journals, and numerous Kind of A Hurricane Press Publications have accepted her work.  Her latest title is Having Lunch with the Sky and she has four Best of the Net nominations

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