a late night drive through the pennsylvania countryside, a poem

Perfect crisp cold air and the scent of dying leaves rushed in the open windows.
Passing through tiny towns, ribbons of smoke from the season’s first fires wind out of chimneys, joining the scent of the leaves in the breeze, and obscuring the bright stars like whispy grey scarves.

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