I departed poorly with my blackly bitter summer, And ordered life in bright colors. It gave me autumn dressed in blazing orange and red. Delivered to me in dreamful and magical tints of gold. I didn’t even notice the autumn rain. Smelling the fragrance of the breeze, I heard beautiful music from the rustling leaves. Now, my heart began beating a familiar rhyme. Love will gather my wistful, unspoken thoughts, With new songs of harmony from these autumn leaves. I still have a lot of these colors. I still have a lot of LOVE to give. I’ve known love like I’ve known fall for so long.
orange and black is such a stark contrast for such a delicate frame. flutter, flutter. the color of caution, and the color which brings about the need for it. flutter, flutter. is it not difficult to live like that? to be painted this way? your wings fold again at that, so i think that maybe you don’t mind it so much. you are so loved the world over, it doesn’t matter if sirens blare, people will still call you beautiful with ringing ears and racing heartbeats. am i envious? maybe so. flutter, flutter. the sky whisks you away. i was hoping you’d touch my hand before you go as if to say, “there’s nothing here for me to fear.” i’m left to wonder if there’s a danger shades of brown evoke.
soft, gentle sway a dance at the tip tops of all the trees takes my hand and carries me up into the sky over vast mountains so tall the sadness which propelled me over a lifetime so long holds me now in the sweetest arms soaring me on into forever hot pink clouds meet with mountain peaks always is all I see
Gaze rests upon red, red roses encased in a purple vase Hear warm, safe voices A melody carried along Words of affirmation, love, trust Wind kisses flowing through window wrapped in its arms tossed away