autumn

Autumn Contentment

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A hard day's work has just been done
The harvest day in Autumn's sun
The corn is cut and lays in stacks
Their whiskered head all put in sacks

With apples picked off orchard's trees
And honey salvaged from the bees
There's mushrooms picked from out the woods
Our baskets bulge with Autumn's goods

I wipe the sweat from off my brow
Relieved the day is over now
And as the sun begins to gloam
I start to make my way back home

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Laiss iavais - Autumn Leaves (Sindarin)

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I laiss dhannol
The falling leaves

reviar að i chenneth

Autumn

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Poetry

Sing to the summer, the season of warmth, the sun and the fruit in the fields;
But welcome the autumn, the fall of the leaves, the artist of colour and change.

In red and golden leaves it paints, in cold and starry sky,
In fiery grass and flaming fruits, in misty fingers grey.
The winds it calls from east and west, from north and southern plains,
The clouds it shepherds to its will, bright sun and early rains.

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