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Autumn poem

Globster
Globster Community Co-Production Group Posts: 852 Pioneering
A poem called the season of Autumn

Autumn is upon us again

And our farmers harvest their crops to our shops

As we watch our beautiful trees and plants shed their leaves.

  They turn a yellow colour as they fall to the ground around our parks 

Which sparks the crunching  sound of the leaves as cyclists wheels go over them

As we watch our dormouse's hedgehogs and bats go into hibernation.



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  • woodbine
    woodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,285 Disability Gamechanger
    nice one @Globster I love Autumn, as long as it's not too cold
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  • Justcheckingin15
    Justcheckingin15 Member Posts: 184 Pioneering
    @Globster..nice one...prob my fav Season. 
  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser Posts: 312 Pioneering
    Hi @Globster

    Thanks for sharing your autumn poem with us. It was very nice to read. What is your favourite thing about autumn? I would be interested in also hearing @woodbine and @Justcheckingin15's responses to this question! (and anyone else's who wish to share)  :) My favourite thing about autumn is enjoying cosy clothes!
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  • Globster
    Globster Community Co-Production Group Posts: 852 Pioneering
    L_Volunteer 
    Hearing leaves crunch under wheelchair wheels
    Would love others thoughts on what you love about Atumn? 
  • 66Mustang
    66Mustang Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,585 Disability Gamechanger
    edited September 20
    Nice poem :)

    It’s good to see you posting @Globster

    My favourite thing about Autumn is the colour of the trees
  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser Posts: 312 Pioneering
    Oh, your responses sound wonderful @Globster and @66Mustang. Thanks for sharing with us  :D My other favourite thing about autumn is warm drinks! Does anyone else want to share what they enjoy about autumn?  :)
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  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 4,955

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    The cooler weather @L_Volunteer :) 
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  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser Posts: 312 Pioneering
    Good one @Ross_Scope! Yes, I much prefer the cooler weather too  :D
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  • onebigvoice
    onebigvoice Posts: 184 Courageous
    66Mustang said:
    Nice poem :)

    It’s good to see you posting @Globster

    My favourite thing about Autumn is the colour of the trees
      I agree since I just wrote a reply about your other post.
    By the way, taking kids over the park and there is still a kid in me at 71, that given a head start I burry my self in leaves and jump out as the kids wal past playing hide and seek?  Just love Autum......
  • Globster
    Globster Community Co-Production Group Posts: 852 Pioneering

    Added few more lines to the poem of Autumn look forward to what scope online community think

    A poem called the season of Autumn

    1. Autumn is upon us again

    2. And our farmers harvest their crops to our shops

    3. As our children celebrate Havest festival as school

    4. As we watch our beautiful trees and plants shed their leaves

    5. They turn a yellow colour as they fall to the ground around our parks as they prepare for winter.

    6. Our birds leave which leaves a kind of sadness in the air.

    7. Which sparks the crunching sound of the leaves as cyclists wheels go over them.

    8. As we watch our dormouse's hedgehogs and bats go into hibernation. 

    9.  The daylight starts growing shorter as the season Autumn arrives 

    10. As the temperature grows colder and we dig our woolly clothing from our wardrobes.

    11. As we sit in front of our log fires to keep us warm

    12. We draw curtains early in the evenings

    13. As the daylight seems to go early and our streets are kept bright and night by our streetlights.

    14.  There  a for some elderly people great sadness that we are stuck in houses again we the change in temperature and weather getting cooler

    15.  It has not deterred us from getting our last jobs done in our gardens

    16. As our garden harden with season Autumn beginning

    17.  These misty mornings and cold wind in the air.

    18. As hair tears past me on my morning walker who say hello 

    19. As a young fellow called Joe who went brisk walk during month of Autumn 

    20. As he heard a crow squawking, there were ways of talking to the other crows.

    21.  Vegetables like Rockets, Radishes, Spinach grow as well as other vegetables. 

    22. As people grow their own vegetables  in their own greenhouses

    23. As they share their own grown vegetables with their family and friends who were green-fingered 

    24.  Autumn is the best month for making delicious desserts

    25. Which spurs them to grow so more.

    26. Which draws many people to their  allotments 

    27. The allotment owners  were given a sense of purpose 

    28. Autumn is my favourite season because I like seeing leaves on trees change colour 

    29. Animals like deer red squirrels and other animals can be seen in the month of  Autumn.

    30.   Autumn is an awesome month to see change happening.

    31. European robins tweet and melodiously as they appear on UK shores as it tours around the UK.

    32. Animals like the Hedgehogs, Barn owls are born in the month of Autumn

    33. Flowers  like Rudbeckia are beautiful looking because yellow and red colours turn

    34. Glorious looking linger around gardens up and down the country 

    35. As we sit a warm cup of tea gives us some warmth in our bodies.

    36.  As we begin to spend more time inside our homes and our phones.

    37. As people fronts looking gorgeous with different flowers for their window boxes.

    38. As we see some Foxes. 

    39.  Autumn is a pleasant month to geogous things.


      






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