Or fall in love, and give one's heart knowing all the while it was doomed from the start? ... 14 • Wind & Autumn Leaves To Know the Future.
Author: James L. Collymore
This book is a short collection of excerpted poems, prose and haiku taken from the larger collection of my works entitled: Heart, Mind & Soul. I have divided the poems here into three sections to reflect my philosophy that all things in the realm of mankind fall into three categories: The neutral, the counter-productive, and the productive. This book includes my poem: Perfect Woman. A poem that has become quite popular with both male & female readers around the world thanks to the Internet.
Kathy is in her last year of high school and loves it there.
Author: Dorita Kornelsen
Kathy is in her last year of high school and loves it there. She loves being on the basketball team and wants to shine a light for Jesus everywhere she goes. He is who she is living for. In Him she has hope and protection no matter what comes.
The next day the bright light rose Warmed the world below The leafy patterns painted on invisible surface Began to disappear as the heat was felt The wind ...
Author: Huguette Castaneda
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
In the search for meaning, we often travel through the inner caves of being to discover the true value of in our lives. When at last the search turns within, it is there that we find the real guide, and then we can travel the road to mastery. Autumn Leaves Dancing in the Wind is a collection of personal reflections written at a time of search for meaning. There are times in our lives when we search for truth and must delve deeply within to find the true value of life. May the inner wisdom be of assistance to others in times of doubt, of search and uncertainty. If we let our inner wisdom guide, we learn that we already know the source of truth.
Until then, the cry of the wind. Time Passage Rays oflight dancing endlessly through the window glass 57 Q Fall Leaves Float Cry of the Wind.
Author: Darrin Kramer
Publisher: Abbott Press
A reflective collection of poetry, Fall Leaves Float opens the door to life and invites us into the experiential journey. From the musty feel of an old library brought to life in “Brittle Pages” to the poignant wistfulness of “A Father’s Wish,” poet Darrin Kramer has a unique command of the human condition. He pleads with us to ponder the real meaning and significance of our very existence. We are reminded to appreciate the life we have been given and encouraged to never give up in the face of obstacles. Through his poetic imagery, we are taken on a celestial journey through magnificent visual picture dreams. Fall Leaves Float enables us to visualize what “listening to silence” really means, and we are shown the depth and complexity of love. By filling empty space with thought, light, word, and meaning, Kramer allows us to pause and reflect upon our lives. “Darrin Kramer’s poetry frequently guides you on an unanticipated end point. A person’s facial reflection or twinkling eyes, a kiss, snow in winter or the path of a floating leaf. These are some of the visual images his prose conjures up. His writing style is free, loose, upbuilding and sure to prompt you to continue reading to completion as I did.” —Frankie Gilliam Harrison, physical therapist “Your work conveys lovely thoughts and is very mood-invoking.” —Stephanie Hewitt, customer service
The crisp, cool air. The beautiful fall leaves. The wind blowing, and the fun of jumping into a pile of leaves. This book uses fun words and unique artwork to describe the sights and sounds of fall.
Author: Michelle Lynn
Publisher: Publishamerica Incorporated
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Do you remember what a fall day feels like? The crisp, cool air. The beautiful fall leaves. The wind blowing, and the fun of jumping into a pile of leaves. This book uses fun words and unique artwork to describe the sights and sounds of fall. It is sure to trigger your childs imagination and to bring back memories of fall fun.
Katie Peters. The leaves change color. Look at the colors. The wind blows the leaves. The leaves fall.
Author: Katie Peters
Publisher: Millbrook Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Audisee® eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and sentence highlighting to engage reluctant readers! What happens in fall? Leaves change color, fall from the trees, and need raking. Pair this photo-driven nonfiction title with its illustrated fiction companion, Fall Colors.
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Author: A. G. Gardiner
Publisher: Good Press
"Leaves in the Wind" by A. G. Gardiner. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
The best way to get that fabulous multihued brocade of deciduous autumn foliage is to have a spate of dry, cool weather in early fall, just as the growing ...
Author: Liza Dalby
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"To read East Wind Melts the Ice is to slip into a time stream that is both as long and sinuous as history and as ephemeral as the present moment. Drawing inspiration from the thousand year old history of Japanese poetic diaries, and form from the ancient Chinese almanac that she uses to contain her musings, Liza Dalby has accomplished the seemingly impossible task of translating the sensibility of the Heian Court of 11th century Japan into the context of contemporary America. The result is a stunning chronicle of the beauty of time passing and an evocation of the transient and whimsical nature of all things."—Ruth Ozeki, author of My Year of Meats and All Over Creation "I imagine Liza Dalby writing this book in an ancient library, a lion sleeping at her side, as in the paintings of Saint Jerome. As she collects and layers arcane and fascinating pieces of knowledge, she builds her own very personal almanac packed with the wonder of loving two cultures, the intense inner life of each season, and boundless curiosity of the scholar/child. This is a book to dip in and out of throughout the year."—Frances Mayes, author of Under the Tuscan Sun "Liza Dalby's memoir of the seasons is as fresh and captivating as springtime. A very special book."—Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma "This beautiful book awakens the senses. A journal, an almanac of the seasons, and a series of reflections on ancient Eastern Chinese and Japanese cultures, here you will find subtle observations of rain and heat, tangerines, mulberries and paulownia trees, crickets and doves forming a rich tapestry as they are woven with evocative fragments of history—stories of geishas, of salesmen who sold bulk fireflies, of the wood that was used for kimono chests, of emptiness in the tea ceremony. Like a lush garden, this book is meant to savor."—Susan Griffin, author of The Book of the Courtesans
Fall Leaves One fall leaf, two fall leaves, (Hold up another finger for each additional ... Four fall leaves, five fall leaves, The wind blows them away!
Author: Bertie Kingore
Publisher: Good Year Books
Hundreds of proven hands-on activities, carefully outlined and using inexpensive materials, emphasize learning by doing, encourage creativity, and afford opportunities to develop responsibility. Organized into 19 thematic units (from "Marvelous Me" to "Summertime and the Sun") and correlated to the school-year calendar, the activities cover key curriculum areas such as language arts, math, and science; they also involve art, music, cooking, movement, block play, and role plays. Jargon-free and clearly written, the book is also a great resource for parents. Grades preK-K. 302 pages. Good Year Books. Second Edition.
Autumn's autoplastic maneuvers; naked nucleus of the moon. ... Running wind through forest finger branches. Heavyweight mesh of fall leaves.
Author: Andrew G. Zubinas
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Forest Lungs, the title Forest Lungs, a poem. Forest Lungs, Lithunian Miko Plauciai Forest Lungs, Lithunian Miko Broliai, Forest Lungs, given not an M.D., Ph.D. Forest Lungs, given a business publishing contract Forest lungs, healing. Forest Lungs, art.
Author: Angela Schmidt FishbaughPublish On: 2011-04-19
Autumn Theme 1: Fall Leaves Fall Leaves utumn Theme 1: Autumn Theme 1: Fall Leaves Autumn Theme 1: Fall ... What do the leaves sound like in the wind?
Author: Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh
Publisher: Redleaf Press
Make nature an integral part of the classroom! With rising childhood obesity rates and children’s heavy use of electronics, the need for quality time in nature is greater than ever. Put away gadgets, turn off screens, and discover all that the natural world has to offer. Celebrate Nature! is filled with hands-on activities to revive children’s connections with nature. Each seasonal section—autumn, winter, spring, and summer—introduces seven themes with countless ways to integrate nature into the classroom. Chapters encourage reflection of your own memories of the seasons and provide activities that address science and discovery, math, blocks and building, language arts, reading, writing, dramatic play, art, and music. Also included are sample letters and suggested at-home activities to support family participation in this important learning. Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh is a pre-kindergarten teacher and certified K–12 art teacher. She leads workshops and seminars focused on the topics of balance, wellness, and educating today's youth.
A raw wind blew early fall leaves across the yards and into the street. Low clouds scudded endlessly across the sky in billowing sausage shapes that carried ...
Author: Thomas R. Craig
Driven by endless ambition, Jonathan Cartwright at age forty is bitterly frustrated by his failure to win a key promotion at the Dodds Corporation. He falls in with a syndicate of tough private investors planning a hostile buy-out of the company. As a reward for helping them succeed he is made the new president of the company. Seemingly, he has reached his goal of obtaining power and money. However, the cost has been enormous. He has sacrificed his ethics, his family, and good friend Jay Jaspers, on the altar of his ambition. What follows for him is a terrifying descent into a private hell. He is able to escape only when he finally fathoms the insanity of his dreams and the resulting bankruptcy of his own life. As he faces the world with a new vision, he finds a promise of redemption in the love of his mistress, the warm and beautiful Karen Kleinschmidt.
In fall, water stops going to the leaves. The part holding the leaf to the branch grows weak. The wind blows. The leaf falls. The amount of sunlight and ...
Author: Martha E. H. Rustad
Publisher: Lerner Digital ™
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Look at all the brightly colored trees! Fall weather causes leaves to change colors. Follow a leaf as it grows, changes color, and falls to the ground. Let's grab a rake! What happens in fall? Find out in the Fall's Here! series, part of the Cloverleaf Books™ collection. These nonfiction picture books feature kid-friendly text and illustrations to make learning fun!
Pumpkin scented Winds Brightened with Fall leaves ,colors of stained glass Following the dance of Spirit Inside The heart moves in time with The season of ...
Author: Paula A. Timpson
Paula Timpson, Author of The Spirit Series Poetry books, The Spirit of Hiking in the Hamptons, Poetry of The Soul, The Spirit of Trees, Poetry For The Earth Continues her Series with The Spirit of Winds, Poetry of Gods Messages I am in Love with Winds. Winds grace the moments. May the Winds of Your Soul Dance in Your Eyes, Always. Through my Poetry I wish for Winds to be a comfort, a Peace and a Unity for the World. Daily reading Poetry can heal and Be a source of Love for the heart. The Creator and Leader of Winds is God. May you be ever guided by Winds Breath. Be Spirited, unafraid and daring Take a leap and fly free as birds on wings of silver. Wings touch us like feathers until we notice. We can make a difference Listening to Winds for guidance, we see what is Real. Winds give us heart and Soul. In the Hundred Acre forest, Pooh Forever Dances in the Winds.
the thought of fall leaves - with every cherry blossom - slowly... silently... a small moth on a swamp reed before the sun 363 the thought of fall leaves.
Author: Brett Brady
Publisher: wind in the pages: haiku
implicit... succinct... pithy... to-the-point though elegantly indirect... curiously multi-layered, like life, they invite ambiguity... suggest the narrative and intuit truth...they are haiku!There are 371 of these gemlike "offerings"; each shining in a shadowy stir-of-silences. Given ample space (one page/one haiku), every "poem" is a pebble casually tossed into a still-pond of the reader's memory... embrace the event as a personal pronouncement, and you are instantly plop't-in and swoop't-up... refreshingly freed to follow, and fully consider, wherever the ripples might carry!They aren't sectioned-off into seasonal groupings nor partitioned into elements-of-kind, such as metals or stone or wood or fire etc. Unadorned; unpretentious; quietly presented, these small "subtle epiphanies" are weightless and seem to come and go from out of nowhere.Unsuspectingly soothing (or even "healing") as if by magic, though more by nature, each "now-moment" will inexplicably materialize in a sudden "clearburst" of enlightenment and understanding... and, once the "touch" is felt, just as mysteriously wink-out or softly fade and disappear... all in a sort of musical ebb-and-flow of emotional rhythms.Read this book at a single sitting or try a lifetime of picking indiscriminately-at-random, among the sundry bits-and-pieces leisurely resting at-large throughout. These little snippets-of-clarity are life-songs evocatively calling to be heard (and/or sung...again). Reconnect with the lost haunting refrains of your own "circus-hypnotica" and "trivia-mystique". Visit and revisit any one of these surprisingly familiar and enigmatically commonplace experiences... always gently inviting an old discovery to open into some new exploration. Awaken to a sweet absorbing allure of something unexpectedly authentic. Breathe. - haiku notes (life-songs) - "Haiku slips beneath our immediate consciousness and plants a moment of fidelity and perpetual agreement?Ǫ with an eternal integral truth about something quite ordinary, they tender, through delicacy and nuance, an extraordinarily unanimous harmony with everything. Haiku [and senryu] are miniature poems that give expression in simple language to fleeting moments of heightened awareness. They suggest rather than narrate. They can appear fragile, but are in fact substantially robust and resilient. They may seem elusive, yet there is an ever-present constant: an irrepressible hint-of-something-other which remains doggedly attentive, quietly subtle, and infinitely far-ranging....meditative-nuance... It seems haiku as a poetic-composition is better considered a visual art than a verbal one. Profound-in-essence; intuitive by proxy or inference; direct, brief, bare and blunt these are (or should be) benchmarks for every haiku: more literal than literary; sensuous and visceral as opposed to intellectual and academic?Ǫtouch first, think later. Haiku is a simple clear-eyed compositional meditative state, and a way of life which needs no distracting bejeweled finger pointing to the moon, in order to better see the moon (to borrow and twist a famous metaphor.) Inspiration is everywhere; always available; totally accessible! A little reach and there it is. If we learn how to look we may see?Ǫ if how to see?Ǫ we become visionary?Ǫ if we are visionaries?Ǫ well?Ǫ so forth and so on that which is ... is enough ... focus wide ... be aware" - -brett brady"Haiku show us what we knew all the time, but did not know we knew; it shows us that we are poets in so far as we live at all" -r.h. blyth
This unit is taught during the fall season to correspond with the falling leaves ... to demonstrate how the leaves fall from the trees and blow in the wind.
Author: Theresa Purcell Cone
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Category: Performing Arts
"Teaching Children Dance, Third Edition," presents 31 ready-to-use lessons that bring fun and challenging dance experiences to elementary-aged children of all ability levels. The updated third edition includes 13 new learning experiences and two new chapters on teaching children with disabilities and making interdisciplinary connections.
... Arashi no niwa no Yuki nara de Furiyuku mono wa Wagaminari keri Painting my gardens gray— Its not the snow from blossoms, That fall in the stormy winds.
Author: Sagnik Bhattacharya
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
A Hundred Autumn Leaves is an annotated liberal English translation of the hundred poems of the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu -- a thirteenth century Japanese anthology. It surveys and tracks Japanese history through the eyes of the hundred poets, and presents medieval history from a completely different niche. It interprets and analyzes the poems for the lay English reader and also contains short biographical notes on all the hundred poets. For all who wish to know how Japanese poetry developed, how mythology, history and poetry played a game of hide and seek in the minds of Heian Japanese poets, how the perfect Haiku or a perfect Tanka is created; if you want to get an access into the world of poets and emperors and empresses of Heian Japan, this is not a wrong choice.