Tag Archives: autumn

Gazing out the cabin window, beauty gazing back at me

Birch trees numerous as the cattails standing white, standing brown © Meisaan Chan

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Dancing leaves

Autumn leaves whorl in the air their freedom finally purchased in death © Meisaan Chan

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Before winter comes

Quickly, clouds race by, hurried to get somewhere else before winter comes © Meisaan Chan

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October worship

Bright leaves gather in the wild grasses congregation of joy © Meisaan Chan

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Watchful days

Long drive; tall, dry corn, trees showing hints of golden fire: watchful days, not yet burning alive, but watchful © Meisaan Chan  

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Falling apart

Everything falls apart in autumn – you can complain to the trees and, gentle-hearted, they’ll listen as their own leaves break and float down © Meisaan Chan  

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