My October Treasure

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Near Homeplace in October 2012

October, I love you and here’s the reason,
you are the best part of my favorite season.
You kiss the pumpkins in kind, cool nights;
you schedule the wild geese for southern flights.
You color the leaves in Crayola blends,
then light up the sky until autumn ends.
You welcome each moment with radiant foxfire;
you are the season that I most admire.
Your rains are gentle, your joys are deep;
October, you are my treasure to keep.

c Copyright 2012, Freeda Baker Nichols

6 comments on “My October Treasure

  1. November is also worthy of a poem but I don’t yet have one ready to post.

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  2. Alas, goodbye October…

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  3. Beautiful poem. Like the Crayon reference.
    And October is when the humidity finally dies down!

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  4. Freeda Baker Nichols says:

    Thanks, Ginger, and Wow! My thanks to all the bloggers who like this poem. So nice of each one to take the time to respond.

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  5. This is a great poem, and what a wonderful photo to top it off. I am truly enjoying the autumm pictures you have been posting.
    Thank you

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