I forgot it was October, the day opened bright and warmed past most September highs, and I thought we were back in July, the summer just beginning its final act, the long sun-days that stretch into tomorrow, but November will arrive, settle the sunny- blue into a cool-gray and I’ll remember how fall teases usContinue reading “What October?”
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The firelight flames last until a north-wind settles in autumn’s kind glow. —C.L. Fisher, October 2021 Unless otherwise indicated, all writings and images are the work of C.L. Fisher and may not be copied, used, or distributed without permission.
Ready for fall feels — October winds with that mild chill, fellowship gatherings and pumpkin patches, days when memory lingers in candlelight, and every changing leaf holds a promise of Christmas. —C.L. Fisher, September 2021 Unless otherwise indicated, all writings and images are the work of C.L. Fisher and may not be copied, used, orContinue reading “Fall Feels”
Where Did the Slow Go?
Why is this October almost over? I’ve just begun to sink into this falling month, when sunset comes with dinner, when the moon beckons us to look up and look far, when the wind turns in from the north, whispers stories through leaves, when life is supposed to slow, allow us to gather up parts Continue reading “Where Did the Slow Go?”
Walking Into October
Early in the morning, just as the sun rose high enough to warm without blinding us, we walked into October. The birds sang that cheery song that seems a release of summer’s heat, a heralding for the tucked-in time of nesting in the warmth of home. The curl of leaves taking on the hues ofContinue reading “Walking Into October”