Sunday, March 17, 2019

Descriptive Essay - The Woods in Autumn -- Descriptive Essay, Descripti

The Woods in Autumn It is non true that the close of a life which ends in a indispensable fashion---life which is permitted to put on the display of death and to go out in glory---inclines the mind to rest. It is non true of a day ending nor the dismission ofthe year, nor of the arrive of leaves. Whatever permanent, uneasy question isnative to men, comes forward to the highest degree insistent and most loud at such times. There be still places where one can feel and describe the spirit of the fall ofleaves. At Fall, the sky which is of so delicate and faint a vipers bugloss as to containsomething of gentle mockery, and certain more of tenderness, presides at thefall of leaves. There is no air, no breath at all. The leaves are so lightthat they sidle on their going downward, hesitating in that which is not void tothem, and touching at last so intangible to the cosmos with which they are tomerge, that the gesture is much gentler than a greeting, and even more discr...

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