“And every year there is a brief, startling moment  When we pause in the middle of a long walk home and  Suddenly feel something invisible and weightless  Touching our shoulders, sweeping down from the air:  It is the autumn wind pressing against our bodies;  It is the changing light of fall falling on us.”  ― Edward Hirsch, Wild Gratitude   the strange and haunting time of early fall.

“And every year there is a brief, startling moment 

When we pause in the middle of a long walk home and 

Suddenly feel something invisible and weightless 

Touching our shoulders, sweeping down from the air: 

It is the autumn wind pressing against our bodies; 

It is the changing light of fall falling on us.” 

Edward Hirsch, Wild Gratitude

 

the strange and haunting time of early fall.