by Leslie Noyes
Fall sun brandishes
Her autumn hued wand, alight
In burnished bracken.
Gather for harvest
Wielding scythes in rhythmic strains;
A song of plenty.
Most luscious bounty,
Gifts wrested from verdant fields
Labor’s sweet reward.
Life through the lens of a Baltimorean quaintrelle
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Fine Art Photography
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Notes on a napkin
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Enjoying God's green earth. Especially the English bit.
and peculiar ponderings...
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... meaningless observations from a half-deaf introvert navigating cancer and the noise all you other people make
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It started when I gave up smoking and went from there!
Writer. I drink the coffee then I make the stuff up.