Autumn by Zora Cross

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Parrot-pretty, April led,
   Now begins to peep and prink
Slender autumn robin-red,
   Red-head gentle, cosmos-pink.

Scarlet leaves gleam here and there,
   Weeds burn crimson, garnet-brown,
Rosy in the ruddy air
   Slim oaks shake bronze blossoms down.

First published in The Sydney Mail, 30 March 1927

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