Friday, July 12, 2013

Rowan #54

This is July of the bountiful heat,

Month of wild roses, and berries, and wheat.

And somewhere all the wondering birds have flown;
And the brown breath of Autumn chills the flowers.
But all is bright awaiting Rowan.

 For Rowan the melancholy days have come. . .

 . . . to brace against wailing winds,

and naked woods,

and meadows brown and sere.

A most anticipated time of year.

In the midst of a heatwave Rowan's autumn/winter pattern book arrived.
Knitters rejoice!

Apologies to poets A.D. Watson, Francis Letwidge and William Cullen Bryant

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