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Oh autumn, oh autumn
I whiff a bittersweet feeling in the air
and know you are here

Oh autumn, oh autumn
To you, I lost a love which once stood tall
Since then, I like to call you a fall

Oh autumn, oh autumn
Another year has gone by
From you, I still seek answers to my why

Oh autumn, oh autumn
I want you to leave early
For you never treated my fondness fairly

Oh autumn, oh autumn
To love you, now I have no reason
You are no longer my favourite season

Smridhi Chawla

Smridhi Chawla

Journalist by night, poet by day. I work with The Tribune newspaper as a sub-editor.

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