joys of a season
autumnal scents fill the air
We like to think of September as the month of apples, as apple-picking becomes a common weekend pastime. Apples are fleshy usually rounded red, yellow, green edible pome fruit and used in numerous recipes.
Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness. – Jane Austen
Presenting the week’s challenge – You may use the words and/or the image for the weekly prompt.
Weekly prompt – harvest moon (noun) – The Harvest Moon is the Full Moon nearest the September equinox, which occurs around September 22, but this particular name depends on the autumnal equinox. It is also called Full Corn Moon or Barley Moon.
Under the harvest moon
leaves turn like pages
curled and dog-eared,
they paint the ground with
nature’s hand-picked duvet
competing with lingering
days of summer.
Summer’s warmth stands
with courage bartering
with the onslaught of
chilly air filled with
scents of apples and all
Woven tales of yore
unravel secrets frozen
in time cleansing the past
under the harvest moon.
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