Monday, September 22, 2014

Summer begins to have the look...

Summer begins to have the look
Peruser of enchanting Book
Reluctantly but sure perceives
A gain upon the backward leaves --


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Autumn begins to be inferred
By millinery of the cloud...


...Or deeper color in the shawl
That wraps the everlasting hill.


The eye begins its avarice
A meditation chastens speech
Some Dyer of a distant tree
Resumes his gaudy industry.



Conclusion is the course of All
At most to be perennial...


...And then elude stability
Recalls to immortality.

Emily Dickenson









9 comments:

  1. Oh how very beautiful Anita....both your gorgeous deck/porch and the poem...the backdrop is always breathtaking!!!

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  2. This is so beautiful! I love your pretty corner for a fall tea or coffee to warm the body on a cool day. I would really enjoy sitting there and visiting. Blessings, Pam

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  3. Such a cozy spot on your back porch, Anita! Beautiful, inviting, and welcoming to come and sit awhile.
    Mary Alice

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  4. ANY post you do on your deck makes me swoon and feel nostalgic, missing my old deck:) The poem is beautiful and so is your deck all dressed up for Fall!

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  5. What a beautiful display of fall's colors, textures, and patterns! I especially love the goldenrod in the basket along with the gourds. I often drive by a large field of goldenrod as I depart our neighborhood, and it's always a sure sign to me that fall is on the horizon.

    As much as I enjoyed this past summer, I am ready for fall. As I type this, we have exactly one hour and 9 minutes left of summer. I want to go outside and do something crazy like run around in a bathing suit! :-)

    Beautiful display, Anita! Happy Fall to you and yours!!!

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  6. Lovely...everything, the words, the pictures, the mood.

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  7. Such a beautiful and sweet spot Anita and the poem is perfect. It captures exactly how this season makes me feel and that mix of emotions. Love it all!

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  8. What a perfect place for "Fall Musings"!!! :) ... Just beautiful

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  9. ED was certainly an original, wasn't she? A wonderful photo essay, thank you!

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