Charming Chandelier

Charming Chandelier

(Free Verse)

Chandelier tree

What loveliness
in the air

The trees bejeweled

As suddenly
a Midas touch
spawns gold upon the lawn


Delighting the eye

dancing leaves
dangling in the breeze

To twinkle
like a
charming chandelier
wrought by Nature

The view transformed
In a glorious


Just a moment

Then the chill wind blows
to loose
the ties that bind


It’s gone

A season in a blink

Author Notes
the leaves lasted about 1 week here. Then the winds came, and in one night, they’re all down. Such a short moment. Glad I captured it a bit.

This is a free Verse Poem.
Free Verse is a poem with no rhyme or meter that lets the words themselves, with pace and pause, create the mood.

This picture was taken October 21 along the Mississippi river road.

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Synergy of Poetry and Verse. Author, Poet, Photographer

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