“First Blaze of Indian Summer,” available in my Autumn Glory gallery
Autumn wisps in hand in hand with Indian Summer breezes today, sketching in a cardinal red leaf on my dogwood, casting leavetaking to wing — like birds dancing and chirping, soaring and dipping across battalions of white-sail, tall ship clouds, to melody only they hear.
Yet, as I wait my turning out of the cul de sac, watching those papery leaves skitter in trails behind each passing car, their song catches my heart up like a whirl through that once a year dance round.
Then, in all the still- green foliage my eyes search… and find… the one harbinger of fall tree, luminously aflame.
O Lord, our Lord, your majestic name fills the earth!
Your glory is higher than the heavens.
~ Psalm 8, NLT
What glow of luminous Majesty do you see in your little corner today?
© Pam Depoyan
“First Blaze of Indian Summer,” mine. (Please do not copy without permission. See my copyright info button on the sidebar.
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