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D F Macfarlane

 

I'm not an author, but I like to write down my thoughts

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Autumn Morning

There is a real sense of summer ending this morning; the air is fresher and a pale watery sun rises above a low, hazy mist hanging over the stubble fields. The bramble bushes are heavy with berries, their branches sparkling with spiderweb strings of dew pearls. Around me I can see the leaves beginning to colour, those most exposed to the cooler evenings already turning golden. Seeing the rowanberries like rubies, a source of food for birds for the coming winter, something rises within me: a feeling of elation and I know it is the simple changing of the seasons.