suddenly it’s fall

fall 3

Caught unaware, staring blankly as the leaves made their slow descent, blood running cold as the wind picks up, sequins embroidered shimmering in the southern sun

fall 1

Gathered in the rocky shoal, some braving the hard macadam to scatter and frolic, designing a constellation, the fall of

fall 4

their empire pre-ordanied, as natural as the concept of time (there is none) repetitious and new

fall 5

Can you read the stars, the tea leaves, the pattern of life?  Is there a story to tell?  What does fall mean to you?  A spoon that dips into your life, stirring memories, dreams, the present unconscious

fall 2

A simple pattern, with names attached, lives lived and passed, stars falling from the sky, can you name the constellations after your own mythology?


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