LIFE UPROOTED

By motherofnature

Hanging leaves from these branches soon i will have to shed you ..

As seasons change winter spring ..  fall and who will catch  you.
  Summer lives in your hue.

Rooted in your aura feeling immortal.
Yielding suns as I grew...
Hanging leaves from my branches askew .

I anew

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Copyright 2017 motherofnature
Published on Friday, February 17, 2017.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"
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  • MR feathered fox On Saturday, February 18, 2017, MR feathered fox (45)By person wrote:

    Beautiful poem about life, rebirth, & balance, Askew & anew Made me think of unbalanced And balanced This conveys yin & yang (leaving) a dying past For a new future life A break up poem and baby birth Fused in one brilliant write Way to use the left & right brain....

  • motherofnature On Saturday, February 18, 2017, motherofnature (55)By person wrote:

    Reading your perspective literally gave me chills.. words can be so compelling... askew binds so well with anew . Without antonyms synonyms would be moot.

  • Robert Greyham On Friday, February 17, 2017, Robert Greyham (14)By person wrote:

    Great ending line. Touched well on the circle of the living. Thank you.

  • motherofnature On Saturday, February 18, 2017, motherofnature (55)By person wrote:

    Thanks for reading hun!

  • dwells On Friday, February 17, 2017, dwells (5352)By person wrote:

    Life goes on, and our circle of friends and loved ones do indeed shed as leaves. All we can do is hope for a mild winter and the promise of new buds in the spring. Life can be long - Cheers MoN! - Dan

  • motherofnature On Saturday, February 18, 2017, motherofnature (55)By person wrote:

    Eternal through lineage.

  • Kaiser Black On Friday, February 17, 2017, Kaiser Black (691)By person wrote:

    "Hanging leaves from my branches askew. I anew" great ending. A great write about the changing of seasons and rebirth.

  • motherofnature On Saturday, February 18, 2017, motherofnature (55)By person wrote:

    Thank you for that yes I loved the last line it touches a constant nerve that burns so deeply.

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