Dancing across the sea of green,
Smiling at the shimmering sun,
Waving at the gleaming beams,
Amusement on summer’s fun.
Crackling and Crunching, losing all it’s leaves,
Making it’s way down like melancholy rain,
Carpeting the roads with vermillion red,
As Autumn ends with the scream of devil’s vain.
Standing alone with shivering trembles,
Frowning like a statue, there’s no one to help,
Ashamed of itself, losing all it’s golden bangles,
As winter blows the chilly winds.