Books by Lorie Ann Grover

Books by Lorie Ann Grover
Kirkus Starred Review, Firstborn: "A fantasy that reads like a lost history tome and deftly examines issues of gender...An engrossing story with welcome depths."

Friday, October 26, 2012

Poetry Friday: September October


September October

In two months, I have
seen contained color explode,
falling fireworks. 


Lorie Ann Grover, 2012

This tree is what I see from my bedroom window. It has been glorious autumn for me!

6 comments:

Andromeda Jazmon Sibley said...

Love those images: "contained color" and "falling fireworks". Nice!

Doraine Bennett said...

Nice! I like "falling fireworks," too.

Ruth said...

So beautiful. You make me miss the seasons!

Myra Garces-Bacsal from GatheringBooks said...

Like all the others 'falling fireworks' spoke to me too. :) Enjoy fall!

Mary Lee said...

And suddenly...the color is gone and the leaves are down.

But it was a glorious fall, wasn't it? We were worried there would be no color because of the drought, but so many trees (like yours) shone with an inner light.

I think I'll go back to my photos of fall color and see what poems I can come up with!

Linda at teacherdance said...

Thanks for the beauty, once again the autumn mesmerizes us. I love the idea of 'falling fireworks'.