Fall is celebrated by so many poets and writers. Quotes abound. For the next many Mondays expect a Nature Meditation featuring one of these beautiful quotes. If you’d like to add your comments, including the thoughts these words inspire, please do. What is it that makes you love fall? Or maybe you DON’T like fall. Please share!
“He loved the hills in the spring when the snows go off and the first flowers come. He loved the warm sun of summer and the high mountain meadows, the trails through the timber and the sudden clear blue of the lakes. Best of all he loved the fall, with the tawny, and gray, the leaves yellow on the cottonwoods and above the hills the high blue windless skies.” Ernest Hemingway, Graveside Eulogy for his hungting friend Gene Van Guilder, Sun Valley, Idaho, Nov. 3, 1939.
I’m right there, feeling what Hemingway felt when he thought of this dear friend whom he had just lost. ‘Best of all he loved the fall…’
Why exactly do I love the fall?
What is it that makes you love fall? Or maybe you DON’T like fall. Please share!