On the cusp of her dark autumn
November gathers and descends
once bright in October’s glow
her fallen raiment of gold
now flies upon the wind.
Stiff limbs scrape the starless sky
mute shadows fill her spaces
so no one sees the cracks
wrought by her many seasons
of frost and limp regret.
*Photo taken November 14, 2019 in Grand Falls-Windsor
Nighttime and Here I Stand:
2 titles in #2019picoftheweek challenge. For details see MariaAntonia
Well, hello, Spring! I’m so happy you’re finally here!
Thanks to you, the temps are up, the days are longer, and the snow has nearly disappeared from Perry’s Point.
That said, I don’t have any pretty daffodils to show off or anything else outside that screams of spring, so I thought I’d bring you inside for a little pop of colour.
Hey, faux flowers with real branches are better than nothing, and they complement my little pair of golden figurines.
These two vintage figurines used to look too dated, so I painted them with gold paint.
I love their updated look. Now they come out every spring to brighten up our kitchen/dining room.
No surprise to find cat figurines around this house. Someday I might show them all to you!
This is my contribution to the 2019 Photo Challenge by Maria at ofmariaantonia.
I covered two: Good as Gold and Pop of Colour.