Leeds Pre-Bertha Poem

William Wolfsworth left something behind after Sunday’s poetry blog:

Chance Meeting, Fleeting Thought

streetlights glow amber
under lunchtime grey skies
trees catch warm breeze
throwing auburn leaves
onto an ancient bridge
under Armley in early August
Bertha brings autumn taste
to recently sizzling summer.

English: Kirkstall Bridge over the River Aire....

English: Kirkstall Bridge over the River Aire. This bridge was built in 1912. For a picture of the newly built bridge (but from the other side) see the Leodis archive http://www.leodis.net/display.aspx?resourceIdentifier=2002813_26147097&DISPLAY=FULL and for this side in 1929 see http://www.leodis.net/display.aspx?resourceIdentifier=2002813_57323855&DISPLAY=FULL See also [183837] and [183838] (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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