With cooler nights and soft warm days. quilts for the beds, days breeze welcome. We say goodbye to summer's blaze. Gold, orange and red are my Chrysanthemums, as fall doggedly leaves the desert kingdom.
Soon will be gone, the light weight jackets. Leaves, will finally, dance from the trees. Goodbye to all the Farmer's Markets. While I warm my hands round a cup of hot tea, powdered sugar snow, in the hills I see.
The bird bath has a coat of ice, small creatures go off and hibernate. My home is redolent with baking spice, red berries in the bushes, so ornate. It's Winters time to dominate.
written using the Quintain format. unique rhyme scheme of ababb in each Quintain stanza