A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
You and Norma captured the season with the lovely poem and picture. I enjoyed them both.The leaves here are finally turning yellow and red and in the next few days, with the now cool weather, we be full into the glories of the season. Later in the week a storm is expected and many of the leaves will fall on the ground. Mother Nature has done her job and next weekend, with rakes in our hands, we will be doing ours.
Kind Arleen, thank you. Glad you enjoyed post and belated turn of seasons. I'm trying to get back in shape --Mother Nature is indeed busy assigning chores to us kids.
That's such a beautiful scene!
Thanks, Lon. I've relayed your compliment to the photographer. She's responsible for most of the plantings.
you painted your fall light within yard exquisitely dear Geo :)i felt the serenity and magic of it deeplythank you for splendid piece of poetryblessings!
Dear Baili, Autumn is my favorite season, full of good magic. Your blessing is important to me. Thank you.
It is Autumn here in the UK. Very cold, very wet, and raining again. "Falling leaves ... learning to swim ..."God bless.
Thanks, Victor. There is always something in me that is learning to swim --maybe something in all of us.
That's lovely, and so is the photo. Your use of imagery (in the poem) is ideal.Love,Janie
Most kind, dear Janie. Will relay your compliment to the photographer, who is asleep right now as I shall be shortly. Love appreciated and reciprocated.
The harmony in this piece is wonderful, Geo."clearing...hearing herons overhead." Brilliant, beautiful.Have a festive, safe Halloween.
Thanks Robyn, this poem used a lot of spare "H"s in its construction. It was fun; believe I'll invite 2 more:Happy Halloween!
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