True Colors Shining Through
Posted: September 25, 2020
Thoughts for the autumn years as well as the season…
Fall is my favorite season with cooler temperatures, fresh cider and spectacular colors!
As the chlorophyll—the green pigment in leaves—drains from trees, we see the true colors of the red and yellow maples, yellows of birch and reddish-purple of dogwoods. Their true colors come shining through in fall.
For that reason, this season always challenges me to show brighter and bolder colors as I age. I want my “autumn years” to be spectacular! So, here’s what I’m aiming for as God displays His amazing artwork . . .
Poem and photos copyright © 2001 James N. Watkins
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