He removes kings and raises up kings;
He gives wisdom to the wise
And knowledge to those who have understanding.”
Autumn Tea – poem and musings of the changing seasons with pictures of the fiery autumn landscape with shades of gold to rich mauve.
“Swirling leaves in the autumn breeze
As summer’s laughter takes her leave
Banish the thought of cold and freeze
Refuge in a cup of tea”
~ by Paul Ooi ~
The Season is Changing
The long dry summer in Minnesota this year was a time for ice cream and iced tea. We were cajoled into temporarily loosening our bonds to things winterish. By September, Northern breezes send stark reminders that we do indeed reside in the Northland, where winter nights sometimes flash with the ghostly glow of the Aurora Borealis…shudder!
Thank God for Autumn Tea
It is such wintery musings that a hot steaming cup of tea becomes a vision of earthly comfort. Not only does the scent of steeped camellia revive the senses but the palms enfolded around the teacup bring back circulation to deprived digits. Thank God for hot autumn tea!
Brilliant Autumn Leaves Display
Somewhere between the dog days of summer and the snow drifts of winter are the urgent brief days of fall with her swirling skirts of brilliant leaves. Displays range from glorious gold to rich mauve and every shade between known to the human eye. The joy of the autumnal parade is fleeting, but leaves an enduring memory to last a lifetime. All the better when enjoyed with a cup of tea.
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denise @ singapore shiok says
Hi Biren, I was just at Ruby’s spanking new blog and read your post with awe! It’s absolutely transporting *sigh* Autumn is the last thing I would want to see, if I was ever told I would soon lose my sight. Yes, dramatic, I know, but it’s been a life long dream to walk through an autumnal landscape and drink it all in with my eyes.
Autumn is my favorite season. I love the cool breezes, scents, and clear blue skies and I stand in awe of God’s magnificent creation. I truly hope you will get to experience autumn one of these days. You have to plan a trip to New England, here, or anywhere between late to mid October when the colors are at their peak. Definitely something to look forward to… 🙂