Seasons Poems

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Autumn Leaves
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

They fall from grace to grass,
aged, scorched and dehydrated,
fluttering away further
the vanity of previous
greenness and elevated times,
reminding us of the fragility
of life,
the futility of striving to hang on
when time is up.

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Autumn
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Autumn was first seen from the
Lens of slumber,
Frozen on the lane of thoughts
For the living-dead.
Framed on the loose, huge secretions
Of essence,
The womb of Autumn, slack and grey,
Let fall the perched maple leaves,
(Borrowing the yellowness of northern
Diseases and the redness of a soutenuer's eyes —

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From the Clarinet
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Late November,
and lonely resonance of harmattan
salutes this solitude.
A weaverbird's contralto, in one
gale-sweep, lays bare the lower balustrade
of a maisonette,
and the romance of the last seasons
shoots the long throat of the clarinet...

O'classicals, on wings

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Ebb Tide
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

End-rain . . .
Ebb tide comes from famished deluge
receding fast on clumsy, wet feet
flirting with vagrant soils.

Flung across these territories,
haggard fishing nets of grandfathers
hanging on masts of bamboo,
struck by thunder
and kissed by ribs of lightning.

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Garden of the Past
by Lee-Ann Azzopardi

The garden of my mind is broken
From the nuclear winter
Caused by the fossil fuel of doubt
As spring. a season of rebirth
Creates an oasis of love that repairs the garden
It will never be the same
But enjoyed by the past

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Recent Seasons Poems
The Coronation of Autumn
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Autumn was next witnessed
Through the eyes of a coquettish October,
The somnolent month that spreads fast its
Mat of diffused pleasure.

And should there be a tendril pulse,
Let it hammer the flesh of youth, who
Witnessed through the eye of a dream
The hasty coronation of Autumn —
The crowning of promises belching

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Autumn
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Autumn was first seen from the
Lens of slumber,
Frozen on the lane of thoughts
For the living-dead.
Framed on the loose, huge secretions
Of essence,
The womb of Autumn, slack and grey,
Let fall the perched maple leaves,
(Borrowing the yellowness of northern
Diseases and the redness of a soutenuer's eyes —

......

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Garden of the Past
by Lee-Ann Azzopardi

The garden of my mind is broken
From the nuclear winter
Caused by the fossil fuel of doubt
As spring. a season of rebirth
Creates an oasis of love that repairs the garden
It will never be the same
But enjoyed by the past

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Trailblazer
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a classic 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air, in mint condition, admiral and white.
My owner had other beautiful, classic cars, like stars sparkling into twilight.

My owner loved his old cars, saying 'they don't make them like they used to;'
And I enjoyed getting out upon the open road, to show him what I could do.

My fellow cars and I saw lots of sunny days, in bliss freedom of the flowers,
Traveling the length and breadth of this land, in the clasp of jeweled hours.

Flighty friends and I recalled 'good old days,' in rosy sunset times of finally,

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Winter Bird
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a valued, vaunted veterinarian, maintaining health for animals I loved,
As a rainbow sparkled rich colors, from the moment peach sunshine shoved.

I was dedicated to such adorable patients, and they soon responded in kind;
Like the sameness march of each season, as a vivid parade of years unwinds.

Treating wounds and prescribing medicine or surgeries, filled the lemon days;
As blooms relish, but never comprehend, entering into gilded sunshine phase.

Friends and I had frivolous picnic fun, in green, flowering fields of no farewell,

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