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Thursday, September 29, 2005

Autumn Falls

Autumn Falls

I find it sad and strange that in a city so bright and magical, a humble, nearly-ugly leaf such as this has become my first sign of the coming cold. I'm used to flaming foliage, and Autumn fruits of a similar palette; both served in large portions. So it felt off to find myself excited at the sight of the few that had fallen. Satisfied with even this dreary example; knowing heavy sweatshirts and low-brimmed caps are closer than they've been in months.

Anonymous Maeko thought:


I come from the land of perpetual brown, where little changes colour except from light brown to fried and then just dead in the winter (southern cal). A leaf like this, which has a myriad of colours, a microscopic kingdom of hues, is gorgeous.

The trees here are turning. I've already pilfered threes of my hunny's warmest scarves, and pull on a pair of my legwarmers under my jeans when I go outside.

October 2, 2005 at 2:32 PM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Orchid thought:

This summer a strange phenomena happened in my city's park. All the trees lost their leaves. Nature is confused.

So Autumn was earlier this ear and now we dont have the colours. Just the cold.

October 8, 2005 at 5:20 AM - Comment Permalink  

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