A "November Pilgrim Girl" poem with a picture to color
Not yesterday I learned to know
The love of bare November days*
(Robert Frost, My November Guest)
Color me the hues of your mid Autumn
People will know my name is November
November with pilgrim's hat, royal black
The hat will tell the world of my values
Values we stand for still, banned from U.K.
Standing for good teachings of the Bible
Color my dress to match the harvest, corn
Fill my orange bucket, a Halloween
leftover, with frothy crystal white, frost
Left hand holds a shining star, colored bright
My stockings white with red and yellow bands
Can't forget the shoes, shiny black, brown soles
My hair will be blonde, heavy yellowish
Skin still summer rose, cheeks especially
Trees are yellow and red, shining slightly
Walnuts dropping around, ripe, dulling green
Clouds a few, dirty gray, no snow just yet
Let the sun be cooling, goldish orange
The ground is brown with wilted grass, dying
Green grass under the bench, soft on the feet
Color the bench 'park bench color', you choose
Handsome lad come sit by our Pilgrim girl
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Photo* and Poem copyright, Jimmiehov 2016, All Rights Reserved
I am linked with Marian at the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads, Tuesday Platform -- http://withrealtoads.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-tuesday-platform.html
(1) Poem in it's entirety is on the Imaginary Garden site, linked.
(2) The coloring picture is a "Print Screen" taken from https://www.freeletterheadtemplates.net/. Click on the picture to make it larger, copy it, print it out and color to suit your own choices. I received it as a part of my subscription to "FreePrintable[dot]net" concerning coloring Halloween letterhead pictures and books for youngsters. https://www.freeletterheadtemplates.net/category/halloween This one was free. I use their free calendar templates for a monthly newsletter calendar.
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