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Fall

Posted by Angelicamarie

I was searching the internet and came across the title of fall. It blew me away!nature is a beautiful thing, enjoy!

  http://time.com/4953059/autumn:equinox-2017-first-day-fall/

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Bill : Hello Angelicamarie. I could not get through on the link but felt that I could at least share my own enthusiasm for this time of the year- which we call 'autumn'. What amazing colours and when the sun shines in the autumn skies it brings those colours to life even more and makes everything seem so beautiful and surreal. Best wishes Bill
Angelicamarie : Bill, thanks for your comments, appreciate it, at this time all that need to be done it click on link it will open up! Thanks Bill angelicamarie
Bill : Hello Angelicamarie. The link did not work the first couple of times I tried but it worked today and was well worth a look. There was a time when I was looking for an alternative celebration to Christmas and the winter equinox seemed to 'fit the Bill' so I'll share with you below: Best wishes Bill I SEARCH FOR CELEBRATION TOO. (WINTER EQUINOX) The church created Christmas. Commerce changed their song. Christ would not like Christmas. For now it seems so wrong. I need a celebration. That has significance. Some kind of revelation. Which offers relevance. In midwinter’s doom and gloom. I need a brand new start. The winter equinox will soon. Bring pleasure to my heart. Amidst bleak winter’s dark and cold. There comes that special day. When days will lengthen and unfold. And springtime’s on it’s way. The earth will tilt towards the sun. And give us cause to cheer. Deep dark winter’s days are done. Until another year. The Maori folks remember. Midwinter’s day in June. Our’s comes’ late December. It never seems too soon. When winter equinox’s arrive. We can put aside all strife. It signifies that we’ve survived. And brings forth new growth, new life. Maruaroa o Takarua. D?ngzi and Lohri. Meán Geimhridh, Brumalia. All celebrate with me. B. Withers (2003 revised 2012)
Bill : Sorry the rhyme does not copy and paste in the verse format but I'm sure you can figure it out. Best wishes Bill