Emberglow

autumn leaves

Summer slips out softly,
Leaving a trail of emberglow.
Warm memories of golden days
Will be savored like drops of honey
Sweetening steaming tea
When the chill winds swirl in.
Shadows lengthen on the walls
And nights grow long again,
But in my mind’s photo album
We are forever young,
Plucking seashells from the sand
And waiting for something
To begin.

~*~
©️2022 Paula Light and Light Motifs II. No unauthorized use permitted.

I decided to start using paint chip names for poetic inspiration again, though not necessarily on Fridays as I did previously (still using my PCF tag just because). These will happen whenever the mood strikes and an image from my library calls out for some new lines. I’m using the wall of colors from Sherwin-Williams. Join me if you like.

29 responses to “Emberglow

  1. Beautiful! πŸ’›πŸ§‘

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  2. Beautiful poem and gray idea.

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  3. Fabulous imagery. All the warmth of the seasonal changes in the mind’s eye. I love it. Lovely photo! 🌈

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  4. It’s looking fab 🌈

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  5. This is Beautiful! And I’m ready for all of this.

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  6. This was really nice Paula πŸ™‚

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  8. Hers mine Paula. Thanks

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  10. Yet another lovely poem about autumn! πŸ’› There is less drama entering and leaving summer than when entering and leaving winter, for sure.

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