The autumn leaves remind us of a growing season over.
There are berries in the hedgerow, but no flowers on the clover.
From cottage chimneys wood-smoke curls, and daylight sooner ends –
Lamps shine out from windows, for family and friends.
A drizzle falls in droplets fine –
Makes pathways shine.
This post was inspired and prompted by the ‘100 word challenge’ here.
(Just fifty words, plus the three ‘prompt’ words, were allowed this time.)
As this is a late entry, it seems fitting to have something at the other end of the scale, size-wise, from Tara’s lovely opener. So here it is: an example of the ‘small’ in ‘All creatures great and small.’
This shot was taken not long ago, near to where I happened to be working on a Saturday after noon.It's kind to share!