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Sunday, June 4, 2017
LEAVES MAY FALL: BY MARIA CASSIA AUSTERO
LEAVES MAY FALL
Leaves may fall but I will pick it up,
Neatly pile it on grass; nay it flew
Autumn leaves excites the winds---
That blew and whisper, it knew?
Tawny and fragile as these leaves,
The love that I bear by the sheaves
Hidden by the hamlet O' the petals
Alive as the orangy peach, no lulls!
Leaves may fall but I will hang it up,
Strip the bark; attach the memories
That carve in the flesh of the trees
As I sat on the cold quite sublime!
That's how important you are,beloved,
Leaves may fall, it does not matter---
Wind may sway the flame of my heart,
Never will it die out, leaves may fall...
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