by J.C. Wolfe
picture by JimmyJam75
The autumn leaves outside my window fall
To dress the earth in hues of red and gold.
Amid the trees, I hear the dawn birds call,
Their songs imbued with tales from days of old.
I walk outside into the chilling air
And smile at leaves that fall like golden rain,
For never does the world look quite so fair
As when the treetops weep and shed their pain.
The summer leaves behind its scarring burns.
The winter threatens darkness yet unknown.
And though the spring renews the seasons’ turns,
The autumn shines with grandeur of its own.
Such colors on the leaves make crystal clear
Why autumn is my favorite time of year.
J.C. Wolfe is a biologist, fiction writer and aspiring author of sci-fi/fantasy and romance novels. A natural-born Californian, she is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Marine Ecology at a university in Brazil while spending free time writing for her blog. Aside from storytelling, J.C. also enjoys playing video games, indulging in chocolate and getting lost in her endless daydreams.