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Leaves Swarm
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Diane Webster


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On the ground leaves fall†
like bees swarming†

back to the hive†

where wind whips†

them into a frenzy†

of massive movement.†

© Diane Webster.
Used here with the authorís permission.


Diane Webster gets ideas from poetry from everyday life, nature, and overheard phrases. She enjoys the challenge of transforming images into words to fit her poems. Retired now after 40 years in the newspaper industry, Diane is enjoying reading all the books she ever wanted to read, dabbling in photography,and loving the scenery and wildlife of the Colorado mountains.




Post New Comment:
Anastasia:
Dynamic images, well captured!
Posted 11/11/2023 08:52 PM
Lori Levy:
Beautiful, unique image of the leaves.
Posted 11/08/2023 01:07 PM
David:
Nice, original image.
Posted 11/08/2023 11:07 AM
Sharon Waller Knutson:
Loved this sparse delightful poem with the unique metaphor of bees swarming back to the hive to descrive leaves being whipped into a frenzy by wind.
Posted 11/08/2023 10:09 AM
KevinArnold:
Yes, great fun.
Posted 11/08/2023 08:51 AM
Larry Schug:
It is amazing how we all see differently. Fallen leaves as a swarm of bees-wonderful!
Posted 11/08/2023 08:23 AM


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