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october stops the pretence
That somehow summer
Should still be loitering around
It walks through the garden
Hanging the spiders up
Between fences and flowers
It throws rather more dew
On the ground than is
Good for the shoes and then
Has the nerve to let on
Frost is sniffing its way
Southwards – some mornings
It can be caught at the windows
Looking in with a shrug
It’s spotted a shiver or two
Hankering in shadows
For the heat-switch – all’s
On the shift inwards – colours
Bunch into their deeper shades
Here’s where the year gets used
To growing older and for
The first time with nowhere
Desperate to go (and nothing
To prove) admits what it is
And strolls in a blithe sort
Of way towards all hallows

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