SUMMER'S CHAIRS ARE EMPTY
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I'm sitting here on the last Sunday morning in September hearing the hourglass sand drop away. It's flowing inexorably toward October. So my fingers work to remember the future. Each time we wish that this time we'll hold this glory forever. Each time we hope that it all won't die. Each time it does.
We are the only species in history who expect that we are entitled to a Fall, and a climate, that never changes.
Fall would be the finest time of year except... it lacks a happy ending.
Here's the virgin Middlebury, Vermont image from my FlashCard... Comments?