Tag Archives: Fall Leaves

SOME OLD LEAVES CLING

Some old leaves still cling, come December rhymes and songs to sing, despite months of beat by bright hot sun, then stormy rain and whipping wind. But trees must somehow loose them, lose them, in the end, to let them … Continue reading

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THE SANDS OF TIME FLOW INTO WINTER

The hour glass allows the sands to run– it doesn’t ask what you might want. . . Right through the eight-shaped bulbs grains flow straight down, and curve into a rounded heap, be it in fog light flat or intermittent … Continue reading

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RED AND GREEN AND BROWN AND GOLD

There is the red and green and brown and gold, fall shrinking leaves, which people beautifully that pair of Western Redbush trees that, catching slanting autumn light, shone from behind, do kiss my eyes. . . These trees I see … Continue reading

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WONDERFUL FALL

Think of wonders. . . graceful light, memories that elicit tears, warm feelings, and delight. . . sun slung in a much lower cant, than when nearer summer solstice our days ran. . . ambient power supporting purging all those … Continue reading

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WAITING FOR THAT LAST FALL LEAF TO DROP

Waiting for that last fall leaf– like waiting for the other shoe to drop. . . In some ways, it provides relief but grows the stresses, as your life’s long ride progresses to the new, an untrod realm where you … Continue reading

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LIQUID FALL LEAVES COME RAINING DOWN

tiny five-point, fall-hued leaves drip, fluid, down with weight of wet, but float to ground in the subtle, rainy breeze. And then there’s me– wrapped cozy in gray, shiny coat, down past my knees that tries to keep me dry. … Continue reading

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