An Acoustic Autumn Eve

By lupus tenebrae





When the leaves are turning red,
time is rife with parting words
as we say goodbye instead

Of hello to fleeting birds,
and the schooners out at sea.
Time is rife with parting words.

Hidden in the poetry,
of the gypsy butterflies
and the schooners out at sea.

Then return with stronger ties,
to the pattern in the wings
of the gypsy butterflies.

An imagination sings,
bland acoustics of an ode
to the pattern in the wings.

Branches creaking secret codes
when the leaves are turning red.
Bland acoustics of an ode
as we say goodbye instead. 

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Copyright 2012 lupus tenebrae
Published on Sunday, January 29, 2012.     Filed under: "Structured" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

*Repost* I'm not back per se, just answering a friend's request. Please, no hostility,.
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  • Pride Ed On Sunday, July 13, 2014, Pride Ed (111)By person wrote:

    Ah! This is very, very beautiful! :)

  • aubs On Tuesday, November 19, 2013, aubs (11)By person wrote:

    This was reallyyy good.

  • entelechia On Sunday, July 21, 2013, entelechia (86)By person wrote:

    lovely, twinkling, gentle and very touching in an ancient mariner way.

  • A former member wrote: Beautiful read, write more, get published, you have what it takes...you´re AWESOME AND AMAZING. Huggles...I love this and I love you.

  • A former member wrote: Very refreshing. May I ask when this was original written? I find that my earliest works make me cringe, but other find them so interesting. I enjoyed the part about gypsy butterflies. They have caravans longer than the eye can see.

  • lupus tenebrae On Thursday, April 11, 2013, lupus tenebrae (1017)By person wrote:

    This isn't really one of my "earliest", those are actually cringe-worthy as well. You've heard of the DP College course, right? Well, this was my final exam, the sister poem to Robin's Song. The earliest work I have posted here now is Padded Room, and that was merely posted by request. Scholar

  • Ashteroth On Thursday, March 7, 2013, Ashteroth (213)By person wrote:

    Well that was an interesting piece and I have to say that is the first time I have encountered that rhyming scheme, always fascinated me to read a different style so thanks for the read ~Ash

  • Oliver Twisted On Tuesday, November 6, 2012, Oliver Twisted (78)By person wrote:

    This reminds me of a relationship that might have been, just not in this lifetime. I felt a dream-scape. That's just my interpretation. I may have another after a second read.

  • PoetessDarkly On Saturday, September 22, 2012, PoetessDarkly (1005)By person wrote:

    great pen! wonder imagery

  • PoetessDarkly On Saturday, September 22, 2012, PoetessDarkly (1005)By person wrote:

    oops wonderful imagery, don't mind me getting poem happy with all the comments :)

  • warriorpoet74 On Friday, July 27, 2012, warriorpoet74 (69)By person wrote:

    Beautiful. I love the melancholy and heavy sadness.

  • Mothkisses On Thursday, July 12, 2012, Mothkisses (77)By person wrote:

    your imagery is rare! thank you

  • ColorMeToxic On Saturday, March 3, 2012, ColorMeToxic (285)By person wrote:

    Sounds like a song in my head... Scholar

  • blue On Saturday, March 3, 2012, blue (1468)By person wrote:

    I find, upon reading this poem, that it cuts, incisively, to the heart of me......leaving me more than exposed, guilty, guilty of farewells, guilty of fleeing, where I should happily, heartily welcome the arrivals, no matter what colour they be.... alas, we live our lives forever taking leave...... this is poetry, this is blood-moving, mind-moving, forever-moving...... ~b

  • lupus tenebrae On Monday, March 5, 2012, lupus tenebrae (1017)By person wrote:

    I must say, it's an honour that my words could have such a meaning to you.That's much of the message I meant to convey, time is a current, not a discernible path, filled with greetings and departures alike. Scholar

  • Alchemist On Monday, February 27, 2012, Alchemist (860)By person wrote:

    Beautifully written and fall in my neck of the woods is especially colorful, thanks.

  • A former member wrote: A great write man! I admire you. :)

  • WatchTheWorldCollapse On Sunday, January 29, 2012, WatchTheWorldCollapse (15)By person wrote:

    Great write =)

  • Magdalena On Sunday, January 29, 2012, Magdalena (784)By person wrote:

    A wonderful write..

  • dwells On Sunday, January 29, 2012, dwells (5696)By person wrote:

    THanks Wolfie and who could possibly be hostile to you or your words? Cheers and hope all is well sir, thanks.

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