Friday's Poet

Autumn Alliteration

Today’s poem comes to us from Luke Nelson, our first Friday’s Poet contributor. Luke isĀ 17 years old and living in Visalia, California, where he attends University Preparatory High School. He loves writing poetry and short stories when he gets the opportunity, especially for the school magazine.
Autumn Alliteration
Falling
Floating
Fluttering
Drifting drowsily down
Swooping
Spinning
Stopping
The leaf lands lightly on the ground
Treading
Tromping
Trekking
Striding swiftly straight
Plodding
Prancing
Parading
The deer with his graceful gait
Whispering
Whining
Winding
Chilling cowardly cold
Blustering
Breathing
Blowing
Noses being nipped and trolled
Thank you for reading this poem—and give it an out-loud read it if you haven’t already. It’s the perfect poem to read as we step into the fall season of change and chilly weather. Leave comments for Luke below!

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