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The Wonder of It All

A few flitting monarch butterflies and my favorite fall asters will soon dissipate into grand memories awaiting reincarnation.

Final Performance for 2014 posts

As we expect this dawn of change, shimmering monarchs are heading south to aggregate  in the warmth of southern groves. Meanwhile, I’m settling in for the evening with wood stove ablaze—I think I hear autumn’s tendrils softly tapping at the door. I close my to dream of butterflies and dancing blooms.

Although summer is coming to an all-too-soon close here in Central Maine, fall is sure to welcome us anew with its shimmering colors too.

Blessings to you at the close of one grand season and the opening of another! ~ Bette A. Stevens


Comments on: "POETRY: Seasonal Changes" (5)

  1. laurie27wsmith said:

    Enjoy your autumn Bette, we’ve hit spring. 🙂


    • Dear Laurie, How wonderful it is to connect with bloggers/writers/readers etc. from around the globe. Spring is one of my favorite seasons, too. Although here in Central Maine USA, each of the four seasons has much to enjoy. We’re planning a day trip (via old Train in Belfast, ME) with the grandkids in October when leaves are at their peek. ENJOY YOUR SPRING, as we’re FALLING! 🙂


      • laurie27wsmith said:

        It certainly is Bette, I’ve found so many wonderful people to connect with. You have it good where you live being able to enjoy four distinct seasons. Quite often spring descends into summer very quickly. That train journey sounds great, you’ll be taking photos I hope? I’m certainly enjoying spring and will put up pics when my little garden blooms. Don’t fall to far Bette. 🙂


  2. You painted a lovely picture of what you corner of the world is like right now. Enjoy the coming of fall. Love and hugs, N 🙂 ❤


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