The light yellow in the sky heralding the appearance of sun.
This is the color of sky to the west of the building. Here is the brighter yellow unlike the pale yellow on the right side.
With the Fall season the trees are shedding their green color. Yellows appeared first giving an illusion of sunlight, whereas the sun had long ago dipped into the horizon. In the mornings the same illusion persisted that the sun rays were trying to reach out, whereas the sky would be grey— no sun outside.
A while ago it was Summer, and now it’s Autumn. The leaves 🍂 are changing their color.
Daily Prompt: Autumn Leaves
Changing colors, dropping temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes: do these mainstays of Fall fill your heart with warmth — or with dread?
There is one day of Fall etched in my mind, and it won’t go away.
Leaves were littering the terrace of our home, and I had yet to clean them away. Interspersed with the leaves were a few honey bees blown with the wind. Maybe their wings were broken by the storm they faced. They lay on the terrace helplessly.
I was ironing my husband R’s clothes, after coming back from a funeral of R’s friend. R was having a brief respite from his rounds of chemotherapy.
The day was overcast. Gusts of wind blew, bringing with them a trepidation of a cold winter ahead. A slow dread was overtaking my spirits when I looked at the dark, and rainy weather.
Staring me in the face was the specter of death with its gloomy face. I was feeling apprehensive that it was going to come after R, and we may not be having time on our side.
So Fall brings back to me memories of that day in my life.