Fall is a beautiful time of year
Lazy, golden sunlight presides over little wind
Until a cold breeze signals change

A reminder
The brilliant colors of fall
Are as transient as life

And will die to be buried underfoot
Then reborn
With the fresh breath of spring.

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Woody Barlow was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and raised in Olathe, Kansas. He is the author of Tarzan Wore Chaps and The Aluminum Ballet.

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