Autumn is my favorite time of year. The scorching sun settles down, each day becomes a little easier, and the crisp nights are refreshing. So here, without further ado, is some autumn joy for you!
The poem below came to me via The Writer's Almanac. Barbara Crooker is new to me, but I will surely be looking for more of her poetry.
I can't pass October without celebrating pumpkins. I find them is so compelling.
Oh, that Jack-O!
Autumn is beautiful in New Jersey. The colors are still peaking (peeking) and each day I'm thankful for this gorgeous splash of color.
I hope this time of year is lovely where you live also.
Don't miss the Poetry Friday gathering, this week hosted by Jone Rush MacCulloch. Click the blue link to find more poetry posts: Jone Thanks for hosting, Jone!