Let's walk a little, talk a little, sing a little, rock a little
I never considered that falling leaves are really bolting ... I like the thought! Nice Magpie.
I want to jump on a horse after reading this. Nice Magpie!
The faster they leave, the sooner they'll come again.
I absolutely loved the simple beauty of this magpie! It captured me with every word! I especially liked "the winegold leaf that comes a-twirling" lovely!http://sandra-and-i.blogspot.com/
I want to run...to where the streets have no names!
Helen, that’s what I like about poetry. The interpretation varies so vastly. Kristen, your comment makes me feel like cat’s whiskers. I have delivered! Kathy, hmm.. circular is the way of things.. Sandra, I was kinda bored with the leaf that turns yellow, russet, auburn.. Rene, U2! ;)
Love fall. Nice alku. Nice to meet you!
The imagery in this piece are awesome...i love it! :-)
Such beauty in "the winegold leaf" and the bolting that defines leaf after leaf, falling from tree after tree.
I love the novelty of your image!
Bolting is the perfect word! :) Lovely piece!
ney, dont bolt...smiles. fun word play...nice magpie!
Very pure :)
I like the sense of time passing you evoke. The anticipation is beautifully described. I can imagine the joy of the bolt!
i like the imagery.. autumn as a freedom for leaves.. brilliant :)My Magpie Is Here:http://leonnyes.wordpress.com/2010/10/07/wanderer/
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A falling leaf as a starting gun, with a whisper of wind you are off. You know horses!
Though late, I am so glad I read it.Nice Magpie:)
Stafford, I have surprised myself!ET, glad you did drop in :)
This is beautiful, I love it. :-)
so powerful imagery.
http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/10/20/thursday-poets-rally-week-31-october-21-27/I invite you to attend Thursday Poets Rally week 31.sign in, link in a poem, visit and comment for 18 poets, get yourself known to the community.let me know when you are ready.Thanks a lot.