Tag Archives: autumn

Nothing Special

Nothing special today, just this cold rain and brown leaves and a fleeting thought of easy death Advertisements

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A Little Seed Dreaming

cosy under the leaves a tiny seed sleeping and dreaming of spring

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Many Ways to Fall

Autumn is a beautiful time of the year for learning. With every leaf that falls, we are kindly offered a lesson on how to let go. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell whether it’s a tree or a leaf that lets … Continue reading

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Always Something to Celebrate

The leaves of autumn burn-burn-burning in their desire to live their last days with all their might, with their desire to give us the ultimate delight. How plaintive the sound of the wind now, wrapping its cold fingers around the … Continue reading

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New Light

Among the branches many new windows for the sun to peek through and smile

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Darknesses

The sound of the wind makes this night colder still. Planted by the window, I watch the darkness dissolve in the rain, a stream of smeared black dripping from the branches. There’s a brown moth pressed against the windowpane, her wings folded serenely as … Continue reading

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Shine in the Dark

In the dark wood something shines, red  cranberries.

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