Summer Will Return, a poem written by Caroline Gauld at Spillwords.com
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Summer Will Return

Summer Will Return

written by: Caroline Gauld

 

Autumn foliage begins to fall
Coulorful and crinkly amid the trees
Like sweetly wrappers
Swirling in the breeze

Winter is fast approaching
Over grey and restless seas
Foam laps the shore like bridal frill
Mist veils the distant hills

Lemon sharp sunshine
Squeezes light through the rain
A rainbow shows her spectrum
Brighter days will come.

Caroline Gauld

Caroline Gauld

I recently joined a creative writing class at my local college and found an enjoyment in writing poetry. My tutor Marian Pallister a local author has been a wonderfully encouraging teacher. I live in Lochgilphead, Argyll on the West coast of Scotland, a beautiful part of the world where inspiration is easily found. I am part of a family of six and have a twin sister. My father was a shepherd, my mother a nurse. I enjoyed a fairly idyllic childhood. Life is being kind at present also as I am happily married, have a grown up and left home son. I have many things to be grateful for.
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