Autumn Rain by Jacqueline Nash

Autumn Rain

A wet dismal day,
early autumn rain
sprinkles raindrops
from a grey sky,
washing remnants
of summer away.

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4 Responses to Autumn Rain by Jacqueline Nash

  1. Everyone on either side of the Atlantic seems to be experiencing the same dismal weather.

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  2. noblethemes says:

    Wonderful! Lately I’ve been running across “micro poems.” Of course, I know they’re short, but is there anything else that makes a poem a “micro poem?” You know, like Haiku…

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  3. jcnashpoems says:

    Pleased you found the information on micropoetry in the About page and I have now read your first one, looking forward to reading more of them 🙂


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