Fall lingers this year. Warm days and cool nights have finally greeted us. The summer gardens turned to golds and browns as seed pods formed. Now, we cut down the vegetables to compost, and the annual flowers to scatter in the forest. The leaves drift in the breeze to settle into next year’s soil.
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