November Again

November Again

Leaves are turning the shades of autumn.

Then falling, one by one, to the misted

ground below.

Summer flowers have faded and died.

The sun hides behind dark and dreary


It is November again.


Was it long ago that this month

brought warm thoughts of


The smell of wood burning, walks in the

nippy air.

This is the month you left us.

And all the warm glow of November

went with you.

All that remains are the


Planted in a special memorial garden

for you

Ready to burst into beautiful shades of

yellow and orange.

They symbolize one more year

without you.

But our love has not diminished.



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