November 21, 2010

Sonnet 43 and a half

Oh Autumn, how do i love thee? Let me count the shades...
I love the crimson leaves and withered berries,
...vermillion fruits against crisp blue skies......golden foliage with toasted edges......luminous fuchsia blossoms and sad, sweet buds that will never bloom......dry, petal-less plants that will soon be capped with snow......and hope-filled seeds that will someday be...
...the radiant blooms of Spring.

7 comments:

  1. that was beautiful Kate! I loved it! :)

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  2. You have an eloquent manner of spreading autumn! As a lover of spring, I give you the OTHER Sonnet 43 with thoughts of distant buds & tendrils...
    All days are nights to see till I see thee,
    And nights bright days when dreams do show thee me.

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  3. Nobody can do colour better than God!

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  4. Love your description of Autumn!

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  5. beautiful!!!! what your eyes see is truly amazing. i wonder...might this be a sneaky peek of the future?

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  6. What absolutely beautiful colors and photographs! And I love sonnet 43 and a half, too!

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  7. Hey miss Kate nice write up over at True Up ..iwas screaming I know her ..to the computer...loved your booth and kim's comments all true...nicest girl on the planet and makes the most incredible designs...lots of love, Jennifer

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