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Unique Times

Where I share my jewels of wisdom of life

autumn colors

One leaf falls
sailing to landing.

Two leaves fall,
touching troubled waters.

Three leaves fall
washed out to sea.

We leave our heavy branches
flashing autum color.

We hide,
burrow inside,
go dormant.

We return in spring,
brighter,
bolder,
stronger.

A new version of ourselves
born to leaf again.


Please Note:

My like button is removed from reader. I am hearing from a lot of our community that this is happening for others as well. Glitches happen and I sure hope this resolves for all of us sooner than later. I am unable to get through to live chat and they will be off Live Chat from Nov. 10th for a bit of time. I pay more not to get adds and to use Live Chat and avoid issues like this. Hmmm pay more, get less? I may post this again when it’s resolved. In the scheme of things it’s small potatoes but none the less frustrating.

πŸ’—

Cindy

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Jacqui Murray
1 month ago

“born to leaf again.”–what a great thought.

D. Wallace Peach
1 month ago

Wonderful poem, Cindy. I love everything related to nature’s cycles. So much wisdom in there.

D. Wallace Peach
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 month ago

Yes, I did (I think lol). Thank you.

ben Alexander
1 month ago

We hide,
burrow inside,
go dormant.

I feel this verse in particular… <3

Doug
1 month ago

Enjoyed your many leaves.
From Spring the majestic tree rules over our Kingdom of Metaphors. The Sun let’s the Lord’s green leaves make sugar for awhile. Yet each green one turns with age for the dance of death. May I take leave my liege it says with the sadness of the dancer who has fewer steps to take. Take leave leaf and leave gently twirling with reigning beauty as you still could before a storm, or a frost would deny you your last performance and dance before the fire of the apocalypse and let the workers of optimism sing calypso.

John Monyjok Maluth
1 month ago

Powerful poetry here!

Cheryl, Gulf Coast Poet
1 month ago

Gorgeous photo, Cindy! Love your poem. What a beautiful expression of renewal! <3 <3 <3

DAP
DAP
1 month ago

Beautiful! ❀️❀️❀️

Destiny
1 month ago

beautifully expressed… and wonderful words to end, Cindy πŸ€πŸ™
“born to leaf again”

Destiny
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 month ago

πŸŒΉπŸ€πŸ™

Suma Reddy
1 month ago

The simplicity and elegance of your poem convey a powerful message of growth and transformation. Thank you for sharing this meaningful piece of poetry my dear Queen. πŸ‘Έ πŸ‚πŸŒ±πŸŒΌβ€πŸ™πŸ™

The Sicilian Storyteller
1 month ago

πŸ‚ 🀎 🍁

Dawn Minott
1 month ago

Born to leaf (leave) again. Love it Cindy

Dawn Minott
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
29 days ago

Hey Cindy. It’s only a pleasure. Great work generates reactions my friend. Cheers πŸ˜ŠπŸ™πŸ½πŸ˜Š

Mike U.
1 month ago

Gorgeous writing, Cindy. So much depth in so few words here, and so much truth, too. πŸ™‚

Belladonna
1 month ago

So beautiful! Looks like your like button is back. Hope it stays for ya.

katiemiafrederick
29 days ago

A Leaf Holds the
Tree And The
Seed And
The Way
That Fall Leaves
Pave the Way For
Spring Green After
Winter Thaw As Summer
Flowers Return For Petals

to Fall
For Life
Again to Begin

SMiLes Dear Cindy
Lovely Poem About
The Meaning Of Giving

Sharing Caring

Healing

Leaving
Love Behind
iN Peace to Spread
Green With Summer Flowers More..:)

Other than that Not Sure i’ll Get any Kind
of Notification Back For a Reply as the

Word Press Button For
Comments is Missing

Here on Your Full
Blog Entering
my Information
in Manually With SMiLes..:)

Phil
29 days ago

It is indeed time to reflect on the colors of change, to exercise this cycle of seasons that we may return rejuvenated…”to leaf again”. Yours is beautiful poetry, my friend. And, yes – what’s up with the like buttons? Wishing you a very likable day, dearest Cindy πŸ’ž

Eugi
29 days ago

Such wise words, Cindy! “born to leaf again” – what a beautiful line. Yes, the WP glitches are driving us all crazy! Every time WP releases a new version, weird things seem to happen. πŸ’–

Eugi
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
28 days ago

Most welcome, Cindy!πŸ’–

Pooja G
29 days ago

I was so mad at WP because of this issue. We pay for one of the most expensive plans to have live chat and they decide to just remove it for more than a week right when things start going wrong? It’s crazy.
That being said, I loved the poem. You’re so right. After every adversity we are reborn stronger than before.

Pooja G
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
28 days ago

Lol yes, do share it again since it’s an excellent poem!

Pooja G
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
27 days ago

Lol absolutely! You’re so welcome πŸ’•

DEVANG UPADHYAYA
Reply to  Pooja G
15 days ago

Why pay expensive for live chat
when you can talk to me for free!!

Haha, jk

WP is crazy

Pooja G
Reply to  DEVANG UPADHYAYA
15 days ago

Lol for sure!

KK
KK
29 days ago

Well depicted, Cindy! A lovely leafy poem!

KK
KK
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
28 days ago

You’re so welcome πŸ™πŸ’

Kym Gordon Moore
29 days ago

Beautiful poem depicting our connection to fallen leaves Cindy dear. πŸ’– Ever-evolving dawwwwlinkkkk. And yes girlfriend, I understand the glitches happening with WordPress. UGH! So frustrating! 😝😣😠

K.F. Hartless
29 days ago

A well-spun final pun. πŸ‚

Sadje
28 days ago

What a beautiful poem Cindy. 😍😍😍

Sadje
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
28 days ago

You’re most welcome

Yolanda - Aspergers syndrome - Poetry - Photography/edit - Art - Mental illness
28 days ago

Really beautiful photo ^^;

notestowomen
28 days ago

Gorgeous photos and beautiful words, Cindy.

Mary K. Doyle
28 days ago

Cindy, I love this part, “We hide, burrow inside, go dormant. We return in spring, brighter, bolder, stronger. A new version of ourselves born to leaf again.”

I’m a fan of being still and silent. That’s when the answers come.

Laleh Chini
28 days ago

Just wow.❀️

Laleh Chini
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
26 days ago

I mean it.😘

AdamFenner
26 days ago

Beautiful piece.

marouabourni
26 days ago

Love the poem ❀️

robbiesinspiration
25 days ago

A great poem, Cindy. Very uplifting.

dgkaye
25 days ago

I caught your ‘like’ button Cindy and loved your poem. <3

dgkaye
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
24 days ago

Hugs xx

the hot goddess
24 days ago

Here’s to all the versions of ourselves in this cycle called life. A lovely poem, Cindy πŸπŸ’›

Resa
24 days ago

Love this.

Thoughtful and poignant on life’s circles.
Thank you, Cindy!

Resa
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
22 days ago

Happy day!πŸ’•

J M Negi
22 days ago

Beautiful as ever. Thanks, Cindy.

waleed youssief πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬
22 days ago

Gorgeous beauty, well done

aruna3
19 days ago

“Born to leaf again”-most beautiful thought in poem.❀🍁❀

Robert Salau
18 days ago

Great poem this, a beautiful illustration of the similarities between life and nature

DEVANG UPADHYAYA
15 days ago

Loved the poem!!

Too many leaves fall and plant will be naked!!

It’s wonderful Ci-Ge

About the like button being disappearing, some wonderful perks for having business plan. Very exclusive

Dawn
14 days ago

I’m so ready for a dormant season…looking forward to January for this! Beautifully done poem, Cindy! πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’ž

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