What color is this blowing autumn wind that it can stain my body with its touch?

A question posted in her window by the Lady Who Posts Poems, November 2020, Philadelphia

 

 

 

 

Les Feuilles Mortes, 1945, Jacques Prévert, 1900-1977, French

 

 

 

 

Delaware and South Eastern Pensylvania, 2010-2020

 

 

Fruit of the mock orange bush falls in early November

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4 thoughts on “What color is this blowing autumn wind that it can stain my body with its touch?

  1. Sarah,How stunning the image that you placed behind the poem!
    I take my time with each shot & then I move through them quickly as if I am the rustling wind.
    A blur of autumn tones;yellow golds,amber,raw sienna cinnamon,butterscotch,apricot,sorrel,soft orange & burnt orange,even chartreuse,muted,magenta rose,bright cherry red……such magnificence.

    1. Thank you, Jane! What a lovely list of colours. The one photograph you liked was taken at Winterthur on a gray day some years ago. I am not sure how the muted lavender arrived but I agree, it is gorgeous. Sarah

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