Autumn Buttons Up

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A Story, country life, faith, Love God Love People

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For the last several years, autumn has proved to be a very challenging time of year for me and my family. Despite all the blood -n- bumps, mud -n- guts, and impending winters, the good remains unscathed.

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When the good is God,

our hope always shines bright.

Because how can it be anything different?

Look forward with hopeful expectation of the good that is yet to come.

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Autumn

buttons up

against

Winter’s

chill.

She carries

sunshine

tunes

and leaves

Summer’s delight

in her

patched,

flannel 

pocket…

Peach stems

and cherry

pits

to be

treasured

come

Spring.

.

.

[Many thanks for the prayers and concern regarding my recent concussion. Who knew praying could be so dangerous, aye? Or that the skull of your kiddo could be so dang-blasted hard. This morning my son said, “Good morning, momma raccoon. Wow, your eyes look weird.” And yes, ma, I’m trying to rest in between processing a case each of pears, plums, and sweet onions, hence the shortest post ever written by me. Blessings to, on, for, around, up & down, inside, outside, upside down, underneath, and smack on top of you all.]

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5 thoughts on “Autumn Buttons Up”

  1. lschontos says:

    I love this poem Darlene. I am praying for you – for a quick recovery. In the meantime …. rest a little.

  2. Praying for you! Autumn is tough for me, too. I love it, it’s beautiful, but it’s tough. Hope you are feeling better (and less raccoonish) very soon.

  3. S. Etole says:

    How I do love autumn in her bright flannels … hope you are recovering quickly.

  4. pajamachick says:

    I am glad you are starting to get some much needed rest. Head injuries stink, for many reasons, and I hope you are feeling yourself again soon!!

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