Wind Autumn Leaves

Wind   Autumn Leaves

This book is a short collection of excerpted poems, prose and haiku taken from the larger collection of my works entitled: Heart, Mind & Soul.

Author: James L. Collymore

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557498482

Category: Poetry

Page: 51

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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.
Categories: Poetry

The Falling Leaves

The Falling Leaves

All the fall leaves have big plans to twist and twirl in the autum wind. But not Yellow Hickory. She's afraid. The other leaves laugh at her. But the wind has a few surprises for them all!

Author: Steve Metzger

Publisher:

ISBN: 0439429234

Category: Autumn

Page:

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All the fall leaves have big plans to twist and twirl in the autum wind. But not Yellow Hickory. She's afraid. The other leaves laugh at her. But the wind has a few surprises for them all!
Categories: Autumn

Autumn Leaves Dancing in the Wind

Autumn Leaves Dancing in the Wind

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 still
had its mouth open How long before the beings were warm? The dome had no ...

Author: Huguette Castaneda

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 1452549303

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 136

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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.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Fall Leaves Float

Fall Leaves Float

It howls about in darkness in light, gasping not to find a place to call its eternal
home. 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

ISBN: 145820653X

Category: Poetry

Page: 108

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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
Categories: Poetry

Leaves in the Wind

Leaves in the Wind

This first ever collection of Beryl Gilroy's writings is both controversial and demanding.

Author: Beryl Gilroy

Publisher: Mango Pub

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111160086

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 248

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This first ever collection of Beryl Gilroy's writings is both controversial and demanding. Gilroy addresses a wide range of subjects that fall within three broad areas--her own works of fiction and autobiography, lifelong learning, and black old age. These essays give important insight into the late Gilroy's literature and reveal the teacher, the psychologist, and the writer.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Autumn Wind Other Stories

Autumn Wind   Other Stories

As for the maples among the pines on the lower slope of the cliff, their scarlet
autumn foliage had turned into dirty old leaves that pell-mell flew and scattered in
the wind. In the bonsai landscape tray, set out on a stepping stone at the edge of
 ...

Author: Lane Dunlop

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462903092

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 272

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"Lane Dunlop's translations read elegantly, and his selection of modern Japanese Stories is both fresh and persuasive." —Donald Keene, Japanese scholar, historian, teacher, writer and translator of Japanese literature. The fourteen distinct voices of this collection tell fourteen very different stories spanning sixty years of twentieth-century Japanese literature. They include a nostalgic portrait of an aristocratic Meiji family in Kafu Nagai's "The Fox," a surprisingly cheerful celebration of postwar chaos in Sakaguchi Ango's "One Woman and the War," a chilly assessment of the modern society in Watanabe Junichi's "Invitation to Suicide," and much more. The writers also represent a wide spectrum, from renowned figure of Yasunari Kawabata, winner of the Noble Prize for Literature in 1968, to authors whose works have never before been translated into English. Westerners familiar only with stereotypical images of bowing geisha and dark-suited businessmen will be surprised by the cast of characters translator Lane Dunlop introduces in this anthology. Lovers of fiction and student of Japan are certain to find these stories absorbing, engaging and instructive.
Categories: Literary Collections

Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves

... there was lightning and a roll of thunder What weather was approaching I
suddenly begun to wonder The rain began to fall, and a wind began to gust and
blow I was caught in the middle of the lake with no where to go The lake began to
rear ...

Author: M. D. Veum

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595211661

Category: Poetry

Page: 152

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From the heart of a mariner and a hopeless romantic, this book is a collection of poems he had written about life and about the women he loved. They are poems about romance, passion, loneliness and lust. Other poems in the book concern other aspects of life. They range from sailing to high school graduation. They are the candid and open thoughts of a simple man set to the beauty of poetical verse.
Categories: Poetry

Celebrate Nature

Celebrate Nature

Autumn Theme 1: Fall Leaves Fall Leaves utumn Theme 1: Autumn Theme 1:
Fall Leaves Autumn Theme 1: Fall Leaves ... leaves. Ask them to move and
dance like falling leaves. Join in the fun as you, the teacher, become the autumn
wind.

Author: Angela Schmidt Fishbaugh

Publisher: Redleaf Press

ISBN: 9781605541877

Category: Education

Page: 304

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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.
Categories: Education

Rainbow Magic Special Edition Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy

Rainbow Magic Special Edition  Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy

The girls turned to walk back to the Fall Festival. New Growth Farm was a vision
of fall beauty, with colorful trees, the wind rustling the leaves, and baskets of fruit
and vegetables everywhere. “It doesn't feel like it could be true,” Kirsty said.

Author: Daisy Meadows

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 9780545549547

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

View: 386

Get into the crisp, brisk fall spirit with Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy! Rachel and Kirsty love the fall! They can't wait to go apple picking, carve pumpkins, and take a hayride. But this fall, everything is going all wrong -- because Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy's magic is missing! Can the girls help her outsmart Jack Frost and his goblins, and make sure that fall is fun again?
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

How s the Weather in Fall

How s the Weather in Fall

Rebecca Felix. Wind Chilly winds blow in fall. Fallen leaves float in the wind. Fall
weather is crisp. Claire feels the cool, clear air. 15 Wind.

Author: Rebecca Felix

Publisher: Cherry Lake

ISBN: 9781610809528

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 586

Level 1 guided reader that explores the concept of seasonal changes in weather. Students will develop reading skills while learning about the change in weather during fall.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Tying Down the Wind

Tying Down the Wind

Autumn. W HEN OCTOBER BREEZES STRUM THE TREES , I SEE MELODIES
of maple leaves highin theair. Notes swirland fall ... Whenthe wind settlesinto
silence, a ripple of color still thrums across the ground. Puddles of leaves soak
the ...

Author: Eric Pinder

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101664087

Category: Nature

Page: 272

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Where can you find the worst weather on earth? The surprising answer in Tying Down the Wind is: everywhere! You don’t need to climb Mount Everest or voyage to the icy desert of Antarctica to witness both the beauty and the destructiveness of weather. The same forces are at work in your own backyard. Tying Down the Wind takes readers on a voyage of discovery through the atmosphere, a swirling ocean of air that surrounds and sustains life. The journey begins in a sunny New England woodlot and ends atop the polar ice of Antarctica—where we learn, remarkably, that the two extremes are not so different. What triggers changes in the weather? How are tornadoes, thunderstorms, heat waves, and blizzards all related? Tying Down the Wind supplies the answers, and invites you to experience the excitement of the world’s worst weather in the comfort of your own home...or car. Drawing on the author’s experiences at the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Tying Down the Wind revisits the devastating Northeast Ice Storm of 1998, takes readers on a snow-blind walk through a Berkshire blizzard, and describes the impact of a 54,000- degree lightning bolt just a few yards away.
Categories: Nature

Lacan and the Destiny of Literature

Lacan and the Destiny of Literature

The 'autumn leaves', depend for their movement on something from the outside,
as leaves need wind to fall. This metaphorical use of the 'leaves' thus reveals a
tendency in the self or 'soul' to look outside to gain freedom from its origin.

Author: Ehsan Azari

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781441174178

Category: Philosophy

Page: 216

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In contemporary academic literary studies, Lacan is often considered impenetrably obscure, due to the unavailability of his late works, insufficient articulation of his methodologies and sometimes stereotypical use of Lacanian concepts in literary theory. This study aims to integrate Lacan into contemporary literary study by engaging with a broad range of Lacanian theoretical concepts, often for the first time in English, and using them to analyse a range of key texts from different periods. Azari explores Lacan's theory of desire as well as his final theories of lituraterre, littoral, and the sinthome and interrogates a range of poststructuralist interpretive approaches. In the second part of the book, he outlines the variety of ways in which Lacanian theory can be applied to literary texts and offers detailed readings of texts by Shakespeare, Donne, Joyce and Ashbery. This ground-breaking study provides original insights into a number of the most influential intellectual discussions in relation to Lacan and will fill a recognised gap in understanding Lacan and his legacy for literary study and criticism.
Categories: Philosophy

Autumn leaves or Lays lyrics and love songs

Autumn leaves  or  Lays  lyrics and love songs

EVENING had come , and the low wind began To whisper softly to the dreaming
reeds ; Flowers , dew - kiss'd , gracefully droop'd in sleep ; Shadows fell long over
the grassy meads ; Sunset's soft rays stole through the breeze - rock'd leaves ...

Author: George Gray Jarvis

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0018570022

Category:

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Leaf Man

Leaf Man

A man made of leaves blows away, traveling wherever the wind may take him, in a fresh, autumn tale with illustrations made from actual fall leaves and die-cut pages on every spread that reveal gorgeous landscape vistas. Jr Lib Guild.

Author: Lois Ehlert

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0152053042

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 36

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A man made of leaves blows away, traveling wherever the wind may take him, in a fresh, autumn tale with illustrations made from actual fall leaves and die-cut pages on every spread that reveal gorgeous landscape vistas. Jr Lib Guild.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Soil

The Soil

For weeks the west wind that had blown from time to time through the early
autumn treetops had lain asleep beyond the distant snow-covered ... Whipped by
the late winter wind the fallen oak leaves scurried for whatever cover they could
find.

Author: Nagatsuka Takashi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136902277

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 224

View: 610

This is a selection of the best plays of Chikamatsu, one of the greatest Japanese dramatists. Master of the marionette and popular dramas, he had, until the publication of this book, remained unknown to western readers owing to the difficulty of translating the work into English. The introduction provides a comprehensive survey of the history of Japanese drama which will assist the reader in better understanding the plays.
Categories: Literary Collections

Reflections on Reality

Reflections on Reality

FaZZ Lem/w 710mm? Red, yellow, orange— Svvirling, turning, tossing. Softness,
coolness, warmth— Fall leaves turning. Cold wind blowing, Frosty grass under
my feet. Heavy raindrops, Fall leaves turning. Stormy skies swelling, Giving birth
 ...

Author: Maria Anastasiades

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477174166

Category: Photography

Page: 54

View: 984

What is real and what is imaginary has been a problem that puzzled philosophers, scientists,writers and artists since the beginning of time. Nature has inspired the artist to create, the philosopher to debate, the scientist to question and the poet to write. This is what my book is about: birth, youth, maturity and finally death; the cycle of life symbolized by the changing seasons.This book is based on reflections on my own reality.Hopefully the reader would see his/her own reality in my poems and photographs.
Categories: Photography

Leaves in the Wind

Leaves in the Wind

"I had this real nice surgeon doctor from Palm Springs used to come up to
Montana to hunt with me each Fall for a week or ten days. I got to know him pretty
good and he started tellin' me about the problems he was havin' with his 17-year-
old ...

Author: Kit Cain

Publisher: Christopher Cain

ISBN: 9780978000554

Category:

Page:

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The central figure of this short story is a biker named Montana LeFandra (not his real name). I was about to say "hero" of this story, but, on thinking about it, the shoe doesn't really fit the foot. Though the teller of the story might well see himself as a hero, there's some question about whether others would. Montana swears to God the story is absolutely true. The only trouble I have with his statement is that I'm not at all sure who his God is . or how much of the story he lived himself, heard from someone else, or read about. Montana claimed to be the Founding Father of the Iron Horsemen Motorcycle Club which started out as himself and a bunch of his biker buddies drinking, carousing with women, and spending weekends at various hideaways on the desert and in the mountains of southern California. They had so much fun that the Club gradually grew in size to over two thousand members . and also became a major management problem! How Montana handled it is a story in itself, but what he did after an all-out life and death war with Hell's Angels is another story again . all of it written as faithfully as I can remember it between these two covers.
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Between Innocence and Despair

Between Innocence and Despair

... resemblance like a mirror As the wind returns, I slowly dance, Falling backward
in my caging trance Though I can hear ... With the wind joining my voices cries
The falling leaves have hidden my pale skin, Trying to conceal the deep burning
 ...

Author: Ethan Surland

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490855653

Category: Fiction

Page: 356

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Andrew Witchland is a despondent and depressed man in search of hope. He is poisoned with destructive memories of his service in the military. After fleeing into Northern England, Andrew is forced to live behind a false identity. He walks through the moors daily in the chains of his own depravity in search of a key to free himself. Rachel Graceling is a young and wealthy lady, whose life is headed into a forced marriage. She is desperately trying to find a way out of the clutches of a man who wants her for ambiguous reasons. When their paths inevitably cross, Andrew Witchland wonders if he can trust Rachel Graceling with his darkest secrets. Or if his past is worth telling her and losing a very precious relationship that may save his sanity.
Categories: Fiction

A Searing Wind

A Searing Wind

Bits of images that whirled around like pictures drawn on fall leaves as they
spiraled and fluttered from on high. One such glimpse remained with clarity:
Horned Serpent speaking to me, his great crystalline eyes like faceted quartz
ablaze with ...

Author: W. Michael and Kathleen O'Neal Gear

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439167083

Category: Fiction

Page: 496

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Set against the tragic war sparked by Hernando de Soto’s brutal invasion of the American South, A Searing Wind brings to an electrifying climax the intense historical action in the series hailed as “exciting, skillfully crafted, and fast-paced” (Publishers Weekly). Once exiled by the Chicaza for cowardice in battle, Black Shell nevertheless dedicates his soul to stemming the onslaught of the Kristiano invaders and protecting his people. He and his beautiful wife, Pearl Hand, have fought the enemy from the Florida peninsula through the very heart of native America. They have seen the shackled slaves, heard the broken promises—and they have learned of de Soto’s plans to target the Chicaza. Obsessed with setting the perfect trap, Black Shell gambles everything to preserve his people’s fragile existence— their pride, traditions, even their winter stockpiles of food and supplies. But the stakes are raised to their greatest heights when he and Pearl Hand must walk boldly into de Soto’s camp and engage the cunning monster in a desperate game of wits in order to decide the fate of a continent.
Categories: Fiction

Autumn

Autumn

A scientist journeys beyond the veil of autumn's dazzling colors. An expert on winter now turns his talents to autumn, a season of beauty and change.

Author:

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 0874518709

Category: Nature

Page: 151

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A scientist journeys beyond the veil of autumn's dazzling colors.
Categories: Nature