|At the Water's Edge (standard:poetry, 94 words)|
|Author: kendall thomas||Added: Jun 24 2003||Views/Reads: 1843/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A person has an epiphany as he views the arrival of autumn (symbol of death, mortality)that instead of leading to a religious conviction leads away from one. [Note: Trinity: the three leaves; creeds: those beliefs based on faith]|
At the Water's Edge by Jack Straw . At the water's edge a lovely shade of red three leaves that bled as autumn raised its head . And then came doubt of all those conforming creeds that men believed and had instilled in me . That fairies flew above the trees and elves drank of honeydew from off the leaves in Fairyland Queen Mab they knew lived within a rainbow too . Yet upon the water's edge all that had been for me was dead three leaves that bled truth from mortal beauty led Tweet
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