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To Fallen Leaves
by Kulbir Bhalla
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Awaken and see
You're finally free,
So don't sit on the ground -
You can fly around,
Catch the breeze,
And do what you please.
You can ride a car
And go quite far
Or sit on a train,
See California to Maine.
Better still, hide in a plane,
And fly to Barcelona, Spain,
Or find a cruise ship,
Sleek and hip,
Explore all oceans,
And pamper your emotions.
So will you please
Catch the breeze
And leave my lawn,
Preferably by dawn?
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October 13, 2013
More By: Kulbir Bhalla
Views: 739      Comments: 7

Comments on this Poem

Comment Simply beautiful and heart warming; reminds us of our own inherent powers to transform any situation.

Anjana Bhalla
10/21/2013 08:47 AM

Comment Mohiniji,

My gratitude for your appreciation!

kulbirbhalla
10/19/2013 11:50 AM

Comment Kulbir ji You have added so much life to Autumn leaves... Loved the image ..what an insight...liked the idea that they really can enjoy and explore all oceans and pamper all emotions even after they fall from the trees.. metaphoric ....wonderfully expressed . Thanks for sharing..

Mohini Gurav
10/19/2013 07:59 AM

Comment Rupradhaji, Padmaja & Jai Sahib,

Thank you all for your appreciation - my gratitude!

kulbirbhalla
10/17/2013 13:18 PM

Comment A beautiful poem, in light vein!

jai
10/17/2013 07:17 AM

Comment The journey of the autumn leaves so beautifully articulated in a light hearted way that is further enhanced by the superb visual. Thanks for sharing Kulbir. A great poem, as usual.

Padmaja Iyengar
10/16/2013 02:21 AM

Comment excellent!

Rupradha
10/16/2013 00:24 AM




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