Autumn Bliss

Autumn Bliss

by Riss-Ryker

picture by Orwald

When Summer’s end is drawing near,
and evening skies are crisp and clear,
the Harvest Moon shines full and bright,
with shorter days and longer nights.

The trees delight and don new dress.
Frost kisses earth in with soft caress.
When Autumn winds toss to and fro,
with final sigh, the leaves let go.

On crunchy carpet lovers kiss,
as Summer wanes to Autumn’s bliss.


Riss Ryker is a mom, a grandmother, and a self proclaimed hermit. When not glued to her computer, Riss enjoys her flower garden, photography, and the company of her two Pomeranians.

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