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Charles Ghigna - Father Goose®
is a poet and author of more than 100 award-winning books
from Random House, Disney-Hyperion, Scholastic, Abrams,
Simon & Schuster, Charlesbridge, Capstone and other publishers.
He is a former poetry editor of the English Journal and nationally
syndicated feature writer for Tribune Media Services.
I too wrote about Autumn leaves, Charles. They're here in Colorado, too! I love your ''golden coins" and "butterflies". If you peek at my blog, there is a photo of those coins!
Thanks, Linda. Always enjoy my visits to your blog. Love your photo of the "coins" and your lovely lines "Autumn greeting/Beauty fleeting!"
Autumn leaves as tiny kites is the image that tickles my fancy.
The perfect poem for this Fall day.
Love those lines: "Golden coins/ Gently spent" Beautiful images! I wrote haiku about autumn leaves today too, but mine is not as cheerful I am afraid.
Our trees shed mostly gold coins. Lovely as they are -- I wish we had some red maples :). Fine poem to greet the season!
I can see where Chip learned how to paint - from his dad, who does his own painting, with words....beautiful poem, Charles!
Thank you all so much for your comments! I always enjoy reading your poems as well. Poetry Fridays are always filled with so much inspiration and encouragement!
Were you here...in our yard? So lovely, Charles...the trees thank you. Happy fall!
Thanks, Amy. Appreciate your hosting us all today. Congrats on your new book deal!
I like this one a lot!
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