The Eyes of Autumn

His eyes were like the mellow autumn,

The golden and yellow leaves,

Filled with sunshine,

As he comforted the darkest of souls,

Brought laughter and tears of joy,

As he lifted their worries to the wind,

Carried away and forgotten…

As he embraced and comforted them,

From the roars, thunder, lightning and rain,

As his hands touched the souls of their hearts,

A brave tender heart,

The eyes of autumn …

By Natasha

Sus ojos eran como el suave otoño, las hojas doradas y amarillas, llenas de luz del sol, mientras confortaba a las almas más oscuras, traía risas y lágrimas de alegría, mientras elevaba sus preocupaciones al viento, arrastrado y olvidado … como los abrazó y consoló, De los rugidos, truenos, relámpagos y lluvia, Mientras sus manos tocaban las almas de sus corazones, Un corazón tierno y valiente, Los ojos del otoño …

Por Natasha

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