The cacophony of sounds do a mellow song make,
As all Godís creatures add to the symphony.
The buzz of a bee, a cricketís chirps,
Do a song of autumn combine to make.

The leaves with their reds and browns,
As they dry in the autumnal sun,
Coupled with natureís sounds,
Do a song make me hear.

For lovely is fall as the intensity of summer,
Does mellow afore.
Winter's sharp tones are upon us,
This slowing down time of year.

As dusk in the fall does come,
A stillness is so felt,
And the sounds, small sounds,
Do a song make.

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