Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Autumn III: Written on the Winds

[Baut Images: Bumblebee and Canadian Goldenrod]

I can feel it in the air,
Taste it on the breeze.

Apple and cinnamon,
Pear and pumpkin spice.

All the lovely flavors,
That make this season nice.

Bumblebees and honeybees,
Flying through the air.

Searching for the nectar,
And all the pollen that's there.

It's written on the winds,
It's written in our souls.

Autumn's all around us,
So let the love just grow.

It's written on the winds,
It's written in our souls.

Autumn's all around us,
So let the love just grow.

Let the love just flow...

Roger Allen Baut

⊰道 Once again this offering is made in
'triplet' form. Image, poem and video.道⊱

"There's no beginning,
There'll be no end..."
...from another place and time

26 comments:

  1. Autumn seems rather swell when you put it that way, make me forget winter is almost here to stay.

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  2. nice great use of repitition...it leaves a very serene feel...i love autumn and the beauty that comes in the dying...

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  3. ...ahh! Good one Pat! Yes, indeed! A season betwixt seasons...and yes, we never know what winter's offering will be...unless we write for the Farmer's Almanac. I wanted to keep this one lite...and share my feelings of autumn with everyone! I LOVE it! Thanks for stopping by and sampling my autumnal flavors...

    Thanks again!
    Roger ☺

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  4. Thanks Brian...it's sort of like a little lite song I made up for the poem...so much heaviness in the world these days...and the vid harkened back to a time less complicated than now...happy you found a "very serene feel..."

    I like that, "...the beauty that comes in the dying." Interesting, but, yes, dying can be beautiful...and methinks it should be!

    Thanks Brian!

    Roger ☺

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  5. Roger! There must be music to this, I'm sure I can hear it, as we gather together, ready to celebrate our harvests and hunker down for the winter months. There is light and joy within your words, and I SOOOOO needed that today! I am recharged and back on my bandwagon of positivity! Huge thanks for that!

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  6. I must say fall is my favorite season of all.

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  7. Hi Quotes! Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts...so pleased you found it "...a delightful poem."

    Roger ☺

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  8. Howdy Natasha! Nice to have you stop by! That's 'exactly' what I was hoping to convey in this poem, "...light and joy." Nothing heavy, or down, but the pure 'lightness' of 'be-ing'

    The music is there...I was thinking of it as a song as I wrote it...so pleased you 'heard' it.

    Thanks again Natasha!

    Roger ☺

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  9. Lon! So very nice to see you again...and, yes, fall is the best one for me too. A time of settling down...relaxing...the earth taking a rest as it needs to have...

    It's written on the winds...

    Thanks again Lon!

    Roger ☺

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  10. I love the repetition and the feel of all of it. Beautiful!

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  11. Thanks for stopping by 'ayala' and leaving your thoughts...glad you "...love the repition and the feel of it all." Sincerely appreciated!

    Roger ☺

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  12. You write about autumn as if it's spring, and there's nothing wrong with that. It's my favorite time of year, and bees are amongst my favorite things.

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  13. Autumn - season of photographers' and poets' dreams. You capture it splendidly my friend; I can practically smell the season's descent.

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  14. Hi Mark! Nice to have you stop by and leave your sentiments! Great to hear how much you like Autumn and the bees. Me TOO! YAY! I think bees are way cool! I'm going to be putting up a gallery of photos on bees in my zenfolio...think you might like that...

    Thanks for stopping by Mark! Cheers!

    Roger ☺

    PS: Oh! And thanks for following mate! Appreciated! ☺

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  15. CHRIS! Hi yah! Nice to hear from you mate, especially with your kind and thoughtful words about my Autumn III...Yes, something about the autumn that makes it sooo very special.

    I love my photo/hikes in this season...can almost smell the cinnamon and spicy scents in the forest. I often wish I had lived a hundred years ago, before all the industrial development that has tainted so much of our lovely blue planet. Didn't have to be this way, if only humankind had used its brains more thoughtfully, oh, well, maybe one day!

    Thanks again for stopping by Chris! Take gentle care!

    Roger ☺

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  16. I love Autumn...and I wrote about apples & cinnamon too! Synchronicity! Lovely poem, Roger :)

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  17. Thank you sooo much for you kind words Louise, and soooo happy you found my offering 'Lovely' Nice that we both had the 'apples and cinnamon' Louise...like that!

    Thanks for stopping by, and thanks again!
    Roger ☺

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  18. A very carefree and warm song, an Autumn still full of life and not the emptied out summer. It's a beautiful time, and never more beautiful than in your words of appreciation. Liked it very much.

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  19. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving your thoughts 'hedgewitch'! Sincerely appreciated! Roger ☺

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  20. Roger, if you posted just your poem I would be impressed. But the complete artist in you gives us the the bonus of your image and video. A joy to visit every time.

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  21. your words created a tangible and fragrant experience. Lovely ~ Rose

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  22. WOW! Thanks for stopping by and for your comment Joseph! Really made my day! So very pleased you like my 'triplet' form...Thanks again, Roger ☺

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  23. Hi Rose! Nice to have you visit and share your thoughts! I'm sooo happy that you found my work "a tangible and fragrant experience." Sincerely appreciated! Roger ☺

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  24. Roger, really nice depiction of Autumn's offering. From Bumblebees to written in our souls- the physical central part of the piece and for me is the central point in the poem as well- Great job, thanks for the read

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  25. ...and thank you for leaving your comments/thoughts appreciated! Glad you resonated so will to it! Hope you're having a great weekend!

    Roger ☺

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