Poems and Poetry

Autumn by the Numbers | A Poem by Donal Mahoney

Forget the fall equinox.
Fall arrives when all the moths
that dance on summer nights

around the porch light disappear
when the first cold dawn appears.
And hummingbirds don’t dance

that day around the feeder.
Perhaps they came the night before
for a last sip of nectar.

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