Sunday, October 12, 2008

Prayer post, poem, and picture "sandwich"

Early Friday afternoon, October 10, 2008

Same tree from across the street, two days later

Leaves are falling from the trees
Drifting earthward on the breeze
Auburn leaves reach for the sky
Fleeting beauty makes me sigh
Coat-free days I bid goodbye
Brick-red blooms 'gainst a red brick wall
Yet another sign of fall
Another is the coming of Sukkot
(For which folks in colder climes may already need a coat)
But first, see Elie's post right here
Making Ushpizin order a bit more clear
(Also, I don't want to make a scene
So you're forewarned--this Sukkot post of mine is at best PG-13)
Then feel free to use my posters on the walls of your sukkah
To one and all, Moadim l'Simchah!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love autumn and sukkot!!!

Wed Oct 15, 01:49:00 PM 2008  
Blogger Shira Salamone said...

I love Sukkot too! I enjoy taking the lulav and etrog and eating in the sukkah, though it can get a bit nippy.

As for automn, I'd love it a lot more if it weren't followed by winter. I'm not fond of bundling up and stuffing my feet into boots.

Thu Oct 16, 11:16:00 AM 2008  
Blogger Shira Salamone said...

Make that "autumn." One of these days, I'll learn how to spell.

Thu Oct 16, 11:50:00 PM 2008  

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