Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Tree-shaped poem for autumn

Word of the Day
de·cid·u·ous /diˈsijo͞oəs/ adjective = (of a tree or shrub) shedding its leaves annually.  Example:  "Aspens are sun-loving deciduous trees."  Informal (of a tree or shrub) broadleaved.  (The word also denotes the milk teeth of a mammal, which are shed after a time.)
I love this poem, right down to the "d" leaf falling to finish the last sentence on the ground.  Thank you Brian Bilson.

1 comment:

Goldendaze-Ginnie said...

What an imaginative mind he must have. Lovely, Bonnie