Fading Seasons

As summer's heat fades away
Autumn's bringing shades of gray
The harvest moon with its orange light
A skein of geese is taking flight
Trees cloaked of red and gold
Variegated colors, oh so bold
From leaves of green to crisp and brown
Swept up with the wind, like a flowing gown
A field full of pumpkins, each round and fat
Superstitions awaken, there goes a black cat
Piles of leaves and warm apple pies
Quick, cool breezes and clear starry skies
Bats flying through the light of the moon
Leaves falling softly, while black crows croon
Trees turning bare and weather getting frigid
Winter's approaching, branches frozen and rigid
As autumn slowly fades away
Winter's now bringing snowy skies of gray
Seasons come and seasons go
Here comes the next one, and it's bringing snow

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