Friday, October 19, 2007

Golden Autumn Days

Yellow, mellow, ripened days,
Sheltered in a golden coating;
O'er the dreamy, listless haze,
White and dainty cloudlets floating;
Winking at the blushing trees,
And the sombre, furrowed fallow;
Smiling at the airy ease,
Of the southward flying swallow,
Sweet and smiling are thy ways,
Beauteous, golden Autumn days

~Will Carleton


polona said...

oh, this is lovely :)

ElizT said...

Nice; here it could also be autumnal when supposed to be spring. the flowers are working at it but some deciduous trees are not leafing up. Further south there is frost and snow. [Not that you needed a weather report!]

mystic rose said...


raindog said...

you sure are painting a lovely picture. i'm not familiar with will carleton, but i definitely dig that quote.

Anonymous said...

warm, glowing and just beautiful!

studio lolo said...

I so love pictures and paintings of woods that draw you right in. I can smell the after-rain dampness and fresh air. Just lovely! The poem you chose is a perfect compliment...and 'cloudlets", I love that!

Suzan Abrams, email: said...

This little verse reminds me of fruit baskets, Getzapped. Bananas, oranges, lemons and the like...
A sunny feel! :-)

Janice Thomson said...

Gosh I love the almost sensual imagery in this. Beautiful indeed.

get zapped said...

polona- a gift from nature...

elizt- welcome, it always neat to learn what is going on in other parts of the globe, so thanks!

mystic- thanks.

raindog- I fell in love with this little poem, I want to learn more about him, too.

tomd.- thank you ;)

lolo- an amazing play with words, isn't it?

suzan- a very interesting take on this...

janice- it was a very special autumn moment when this was taken.