thoughts from my mind to yours




under enchantment,

of nature unfolding,

capturing sunset on leaves,




Author: forgottenmeadows

I am a dreamer and a writer who loves to ponder on the words of the soul.

31 thoughts on “Fall

  1. always an enchanting time of year in the Michigan woods. “capturing sunset on leaves” very nice.

    • Thank you so much Tom 🙂 I would like to visit Michigan during that time, Fall here in Ontario is beautiful as well 🙂

      • Thanksgiving in Canada is usually right around the time of max fall color in northern Michigan. And I quite agree with you about fall in Ontario. Could be the perfect time for me to visit the Stratford Festival. 🙂

      • aah I see… thanks for letting me know 🙂 and haha yes I was just down at Stratford two weeks ago! 🙂 We had a picnic 🙂

      • I haven’t been to Stratford in many years (inexplicable, I know–it’s only a 3 hour drive). Shakespeare there is unique. 🙂 I saw Othello many years ago, and can still conjure up scenes in my mind.

      • Nice, I hope you get to visit soon again 🙂 though I understand how life gets in the way regardless of the short travel 🙂

  2. Lovely. I love the use of “falling,” then “fall.” ❤

  3. Your words enchant this soul…beautiful!

  4. Lovely 🙂 I have Autumn on my mind today too 🙂

  5. beautiful as always Neha:)

  6. Yes, the tree do sing their hidden secrets…

  7. Wow, that is a beautiful picture. Did you take it yourself?

  8. Now i understood all your secret behind this beautiful live abroad in a place just like the picture right? 🙂

    • Thank you for the kind words about my poems but I don’t think where a person lives with regards to the globe matters in poetry 🙂 I have always written poetry regardless of the place I was in…nature is nature no matter where you go and its beauty is there for all 🙂

  9. very sweet and enchanting Neha, but please let’s not rush to fall. XD

  10. Reblogged this on forgottenmeadows and commented:

    Fall…Please click on original, thank you!

  11. So beautifull and simple…

  12. Marvelous to fall under enchantment of something good and lovely.

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