Fall Season


Season between flame and frost,
That is known as autumn but we call it fall;
The season lasts from autumnal equinox to winter solstice,
Which is from that laboring day to the holiday month.

Fall is the time for leaves to crumble,
Day and night are equal as it begins;
In our northern half fall is september,
Which is the month of march in southern world.

September is american labor movement,
Social and economic development;
October was before a harvest feast,
But now it is all hallow's eve.

Trick or treat, costumes and parties,
Pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns;
Playing pranks and lighting bonfires,
Scary stories and horror movies.

Prayers and thanksgiving,
Turkey and pumpkin pie;
The birth of Jesus Christ,
And goodbye to holiday season.

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