A Prelude to Autumn

“The earth has music for those who listen.” –Shakespeare Today is a splendid prelude to Autumn’s full on gorgeousness, a Pumpkin Spice Latte type of day. Autumn struts into town, street princess style, a style too tempting for words. She summons our senses, demands we behold her campy presence. A tousled mess of flowing curls, […]

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Autumn’s Wane

 “Autumn is the hardest season. The leaves are all falling, and they’re falling like they’re falling in love with the ground.” ― Andrea Gibson Oh dears~ it’s pouring in the city where I live! The rain is sobbing like a broken-hearted lover. The relentless pounding of rain drops sends me into a bluesy mood while […]

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Autumn’s Grace

Autumn’s gentle footsteps traced a path, follow. The outside world washed in riotous colour and crisp, cool air. Red, oranges, and yellows canopied the sky. “Come wonder,” it coaxed. Leaves drifted to the forest floor; berries, their ruby-red and white heads shyly peeked through the hedge. Chestnuts clunked, their mahogany, soft; a mystery some still asleep within […]

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