Cafe Poetry – An Autumn’s Tale of Love and Loss

Cafe Poetry – An Autumn’s Tale of Love and Loss


When yellowed leaves fall,


trees love to speak


of letting go.


If they find a listener,


they’ll tell sad tales


of open hands;


fingers spread wide,


of losing love and


hardships of winter to come.


Don’t be fooled by their talk;


good storytellers they are.


For deep underneath,


they know well how to hold


the earth in their grasp;


silent roots spread far and wide


enmeshing, entwining


and the whole forest


is one.




Author – Rwitoja Mukherjee

Bio – Rwitoja Mukherjee (aka Rwits), who lives in Bangalore, India, has been a homemaker for the major part of her life. She trained to be a counsellor when her sons grew up and flew the nest. The poetry bug bit her a couple of years ago and since then she hasn’t looked back.

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Image Courtesy – Kloniwotski @ Flickr Creative Commons


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