Nuts to You


The shedding season nears
acorns drop,
bombardiers slice the air
and leaves
rooftop thud and gutter clang

the autumn alarm sounds,
vaults valleys,
winds forests,
races ridges

reaches the ears
of brother bear,
bulk up!
he hears

begins his rounds
on well worn paths
trod down for years,
for generations

to the old oak tree
in my front yard,
eats his fill
leaves his regards,
and heads back up the hill

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