One Single Impression: Betrayal

At night, the betrayal:
The breeze gives way to wind,
The music of insects, to the patter of falling leaves,
The shower, to cold rain.

We call it the fall.


One Single Impression

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  1. Beautiful, simple, perfect. We have known rain, in an unusual way this early fall. Oh so beautiful, the rhythms of the the day into night, night into day... and rain... is this global change?

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  2. So much said so simply! Beautiful as always, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  3. So much said, and so many interpretations that I can glean from your words. as for the fall in nature, I say bring it on!!! but that's just me.

    powerful word Sandy, very evocative.

    hugs, G

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  4. Simple and very lovely, Sandy!

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  5. whole lot said with so little written Sandy.

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  6. Such a betrayal I look forward at the end of each summer. That cold rain awakens my muse after it has been fried in the summer heat.

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  7. it' s coming. we have a winter cold front right now in northern utah and its so cold...brr!

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  8. Yes! Summer has slipped away before the the sun came up and fall has crept in. Sigh!
    I so loved summer!
    Love this one!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  9. Anonymous10:00 AM

    we have betrayed nature...yes!

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  10. It does feel like a betrayal at this time of the year. You capture that sadness so well.

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  11. I like this...I hadn't thought of fall as a betrayal, but it is. It tempts with warmth and betrays with chill

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  12. Beautiful words...you set your words together so perfectly. Nicely written Sandy.

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  13. true,

    we have air conditioner at day time,

    heater on at night.

    nature at the turn of the seasons does betray.

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  14. This is lovely, simple, direct. And here in the Sonora Desert, we call it blessed relief!

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  15. Fall is natural. Love it or not.

    Love this poem.

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  16. That's beautiful...Sandy..

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  17. So perfect- this seasonal betrayal- but I have to admit- THIS betrayal I do not mind one bit!

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