Come burnt orange
golden yellow and burnished red
relief from heat waves
and air conditioners.
Remember my light red jumper
and favourite boots
They’re out once more.
Loosen your leaves
to reveal sculptural trees
on the hillsides.
Let the fading days of summer
whisper listening to autumn jazz
with a milo.
By June Perkins
An Invitation Poem
This poetry idea is based on ideas in Barbara Esbensen’s book A Celebration of Bees: Helping Children Write Poetry
You write a poem like this when you want something to happen, like a season, event or a birthday party.
Published on Australian Children’s Poetry
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