Seize the Day Sep12 by melodylowes Last of summer’s purple flowers, Counting down the autumn hours, Making hay while sun shines on, Seize the day before they’re gone. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Beautiful photos and positive words. Thank you for the excellent poem.
Thank you John! 🙂
How beautiful! I can almost feel the angst, as though I were standing beside those lovely purple flowers. God bless you BIG–love, Caddo
The frost cometh – so no more vines or pretty things for a while. And I never had time today to rub two minutes together to take the last photos of the season – sigh…
Oh well…Will there be lovely winter photos? There was something else I was going to ask–but now it’s flown out of my head!
Oh good – there are more out there than I who lose my ‘train’? 🙂 Yes – there will be more lovely. But I think it is okay to mourn and appreciate the season falling away, too. As long as I perk up again and watch for more beautiful things!
See, I agree with you about mourning and appreciating what “falls away”–but some folks have been pretty adamant about just being jazzed about Fall. oh well– And, losing the train? Heck, I completely lose the track, Melody!
I have never actually liked fall that much. As farming folk it always represented so much hard work – fields, gardens, and the end of the barefoot season. (I’m not a fan of wearing socks…) But I do appreciate the beauty, and am trying to seek the good in every season.
I didn’t like fall because it meant going back to school–way too much stress!! I’m not big on socks, either–it has to be pretty darn cold for me!
I am feeling this poem . . .doing all we can now, while the weather allows! God bless you and your day!
I am learning that rather than waiting for the not yets, we can get busy doing today’s job. The day is sufficient thereof…
Why do I sense your being human after all and why does it comforts me? 🙂
🙂 I tend to like those who have problems more than those who are ‘perfect’ – there is something so great about all being in the same leaky boat!