breathless mist curling
quiet noise stills the forest
a November day
And the dead leaves lie huddled and still,
No longer blown hither and thither;
The last lone aster is gone;
The flowers of the witch-hazel wither …
–Robert Frost (1874-1963)
Presenting the week’s prompt – You may use the word(s), phrase and/or image to interpret the prompt.
Because of my blog having some youthful readers, please and thank you for not submitting anything you wouldn’t want a ten year old to peruse or see.
Weekly prompt – enchant/enchanted/enchanting – placed under or as if under a magic spell; having or seeming to have a magical quality; made to feel delightfully pleased or charmed.
tumbling leaves in
gilded raiment embrace
the rhythmic plip plops
of softly falling rain.
their final destination
a silken carpet neath
trees stark and bare.
a pale moon slumbers
as darkness comes early
and the dawn lingers.
though November wears
a grayer scarf, the season
is enchanting opening doors
for caring and giving.
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