Welcome back to Tuesday's Takeaways!
This week our Top Quotes are about the fall season!
“When the skies turn grey and days grow short.
The nights are longer and wind howls.
Apple crisps and cinnamon fills the air.”
-Jessica Drigun-Lara, Summer’s Interlude
"Black and blue
Then purple and pink
Then yellow and green
Like flowers in full bloom in spring
The fading tones in fall
Though they never go away, like the flowers in winter"
-Jay T, Colors
"Dripping yellow rooms
Churn to a delicate brown
Fantasia booms in the background.
-Brithny Henry, Synthesia Discordance
"The sound of hollowness
As we expect wind to make its way across the branches
Caressing leaves as they fall and start to gather
From green to red and orange as Monday is to Sunday"
-Biana Kravchenko, To The Rhythm Of Falling Rain
A lot of things change during the fall, so here are 3 of our favorite things:
-Mic and Gina
Stuck in the loop
Stuck in the Library is proud to present Tuesday's Takeaways, a new segment on our blog!
Each week we will post some of our favorite quotes from past publications.
Be sure to comment on your favorite quotes, and
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- Mic and Gina <3
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