Fall

pitch-perfect phrases red
brittle brown gold
scuttle sideways to the porch
huddle against the porch
crackle rustle tickle
cold air contracts old
brick red stacks
wisped with smoke
dead voices choke
on perfect words
birds cross pitched roofs
drop beneath eaves
the cold leaves
stay, still

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