For the apparent disappearance of many plants and animals, autumn is often seen as an end.
But the seasons are part of a continuum, a revolving process of birth, death, and renewal
— and if such could be said to have any beginning or end, then fall could just as well be viewed as a beginning.
Like the counterweight on a flywheel, autumn provides the inertia to turn the annual cycle over.
PETER J. MARCHAND
Virginia Knowles says
Mine is an autumn haiku about loss and renewal. http://virginiaknowles.blogspot.com/2013/10/autumn-breeze-haiku.html
Patricia W Hunter says
My Still Saturday post was about seasons as well, Jean…only not so much the season of fall with her subtle changes down here in the glades…but seasons of life. God is good – using every part of creation and everything in our lives to teach us more about his plans and his character. Have a beautiful weekend.