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"A Time for Counting"

A poem by John Hearn, inspired by Autumnal Miniatures.

A Time for Counting

Aged by the swift season of the sun,
I see the children of April,
Brown and crimson in the North wind,
Casting hopeful seeds
To chance winter beds.

Autumn is a time for counting,
For thinking of what use the
Warm days were put,
While evening silhouettes
The stark loveliness of naked trees,
And Orion shoulders the weight of winter.

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Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Fri. 10/29/04 07:08:28 AM
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