where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 5, 2015 § 23 Comments
on the far side
of the fence
Tagged: fall, fall foliage, far side, fence, landscape, location, maple trees, new england, outdoors, residence
That is a beautiful photo! Fall-tastic
and the grass is green
That is a beatiful
and again–sometimes it’s a gorgeous photo, sometimes it’s a beautiful poem–and sometimes, like here, it’s the perfect combination of the two–like a clasp fitting together, or an acorn packed with poem and picture hidden in the grass that you picked up and brushed off to show the rest of us. Thank you for sharing your wonderful gift
Love the fall colors.
And it’s singing, “Don’t Fence Me In!”
Love the idea of the far side of fall.
There are lovely ranges of silver to deep orangy golds here in the west but precious few reds. Thanks for the glimpse of remembered autumn from my childhood on the East coast. This is the only few weeks when I feel a loss, and not one serious enough to alter my love for where I live now.
🙂 Wish we could keep summer on this side!
Yes! But not for long. Like last summer, fall too will be moving away, far too soon.
Another lovely and apt picture and poem. I look forward to your work every day. It is a blessing. thanks jlehman1945 come see mine and we can support one another jlheman1945
So many leaves still! That’s a beautiful residence.
I’d have thought, this is a painting…
Heaven has came down to earth 😍
Very beautiful photo.
Fall actually exists on both sides, but it is lovely none the less.jlehman1945
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