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I learned about family, heritage and art

My mother Rainer loved and lived nature. Her artistry and talent was my constant inspiration. I learned about family, heritage and art from reading your delightful stories.

Berniece, Minnesota

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Dawn’s mist fogs street silent alongside young maple tree

Shopping for approaching fall colors stationary marketing facsimile

Tweed gold filigree in earth tones weaves laced crimson colored leaf

Semi-gloss polish proud in pattern seeks fashionable scene beneath

Veins of green leave summer, soon fade into myriads of tan

Brilliant boutique on city’s square leaves leaves numerous lone artisan

Last fling superb sure splendor, season’s seasoned leaves aflame

Attract eyes of passer’s by, Autumn in her glory to exclaim

Just a few more weeks of wonder until wind wings windbreak the spell

Of encaptured captured fall season until Autumn’s lustrous leaves fell

Poem by Imelda Dickinson, Published in World of Poetry, California