THE WIND WAGED WAR – REPRISE

By Charles Robert Lindholm

the wind waged war
with it’s ally the rain
A CARPET OF LEAVES

the battlefields
were littered with
the leaves of autumn

A CARPET OF LEAVES - B
the countless casualties
scattered about
lying face down
to the earth
with stems
in the air
as the barren trees
stood witness 

Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm – All Rights Reserved

16 thoughts on “THE WIND WAGED WAR – REPRISE

    • Ohh, My Dear E!!! You make the heart of this Little Ol’ Poet race with such high praise from you!! Thank you so very much for your kind and Sweet comment!!! You make me laugh with “Master”??? Just a simple writer who takes dictation from the Universe and my Muse! You have made my Month!!! Hope your weekend has been a great one!!!
      xoxoxo
      Chuck

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    • Oh my, E?? Is it Christmas already?? What a sweet and tender gift for my words to be shared with your followers!!! I think they have already been bragging to my other poems about the wonderful words and praise from your last comment!! I have to tell them I love them all the same, just like with our kids, but it’s not always the “Complete Truth”, is it?? LOL!! Hope you are having a great weekend!!!
      xoxoxo
      Chuck

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