Fall

Fall

Falling, floating down

The leaves of Saratoga, yellow and brown

As first classes turn to midterms, the leaves forget the trees

When Thanksgiving break gives reprieve, the leaves fall at the slightest breeze

 

Falling, floating, leaves fallen down

Trees now bare, those leaves do kiss the ground

In genuflection do you bow to the once beautiful trees

As the mother, over her fallen child, grieves

Goodbye to life and leaves of many colors, go and wave

So, father winter sends snows and winds, as a cold grave

Upon dreary students humbled by grades and papers

Frozen to the bone for months on end, most students feel-

Wishing for, and dreaming of winter break with zeal

 

Falling down, dropping like flies from sickness and fatigue

Students, like the leaves of Saratoga, fall only dreaming to be freed. 

Horror and Absurdity of Humanity on Display in mother!

Horror and Absurdity of Humanity on Display in mother!

Textbook Time of The Year

Textbook Time of The Year