wish you a sunny end of October…:-)

il était une feuille… – Robert Desnos

il était une feuille avec ses lignes: ligne de vie, ligne de chance, ligne de cœur. Il était un arbre au bout de la branche: un arbre digne de vie, digne de chance, digne de cœur. Cœur gravé, percé, transpercé, un arbre que nul jamais ne vit. Il était des racines au bout de l’arbre. Racines – vignes de vie, vignes de chance, vignes de cœur. Au bout des racines, il était la terre. La terre tout court, la terre toute ronde, la terre toute seule au travers du ciel – LA Terre.

btw, servez-vous, SVP: pomegranate(s), kakis(persimmon), yellow plums! 🙂

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Once upon a time, there was a leaf with lines: life line, fortune line, heart line. There was a tree at the end of the branch: a tree worthy of life, worthy of fortune, worthy of heart. Engraved, drilled, pierced heart – a tree that no one has ever seen. There were roots at its end. Roots – life vines, fortune vines, heart vines. At the end of the roots, there was the earth. Briefly the earth – that’s all, the round earth, the lonely earth across the sky – THE Earth.

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Posted on 30 October 2014, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 46 Comments.

  1. Love the metaphor of life through a leaf. 🙂

  2. J’aime beaucoup Les Feuilles Mortes. Plus le poème que la chanson mais la chanson a fait davantage connaître le poème, alors… Bel automne à toi et tes lecteurs, Mélanie.

  3. De bien jolis fruits pour clore ce mois d’octobre et merci beaucoup pour cette ode à la terre que l’automne rend si belle… Bonne soirée! Bisous!

  4. Love the pretty fall color that you have captured. Almost all the colorful leaves have fallen from the trees surrounding our orchard here in New England. Cold winds and a little snow may fall this weekend.

  5. Beautiful autumn pics, Mélanie. I love pomegranate, but don’t see it often. Happy Halloween! 🙂 xxx

  6. Magnifiques images Mélanie, j’aime beaucoup ton billet, merci mon amie et bon week-end! Gigi 😊

  7. I am enjoying your offering of fruit; delicious.

  8. Magnifique texte, j’adore l’automne avec ses couleurs, tristesses et arômes… Douce journée, je t’embrasse ma Mélanie, Liz
    * * *
    P.S. je m’en suis servie, miam, miam, c’est délicieux!

  9. Magnifique billet d’automne en tout Mélanie! Bonne dernière d’octobre!

  10. Beautiful fruits to celebrate the season. 😀

  11. What a gorgeous collection of pictures and a beautifully written post! I love fall – it is my favorite season!

  12. Autumn! My favourite of seasons with it’s brassy defiance. What a wonderful tribute in pictures and words! 🙂

  13. How wonderful is this sunny end of October… It’s so mild here in the UK, wishing you a great weekend and thanks for calling by with your likes… 🙂 xxx ❤

  14. Am mâncat din… ochi fructele cu care ne-ai servit. 🙂 Mulţumesc! 🙂

  15. Wonderful to meet you, Melanie! Such beautiful pictures, and I notice persimmon is kakis? How interesting, in Egypt they are kakas! We are eating them now, our trees are full and they are very delicious! Happy end of October! ❤❤❤

  16. Looks like we will have a sunny end, perhaps ushered out by a few raindrops tomorrow night.

  17. Très belles photos d’automne! Belle journée à toi!

  18. Wishing you a great sunny ending of October, Melanie. We have one more day to go and the temperature is forecasted to be 38 degrees! So I am pretty sure our last October day is going to be sunny and damn hot. Cheers, Ian

  19. Nous avons vécu un bel été indien ou été de la Saint-Martin, et nous attendons l’hiver de pied ferme. Amitiés, Micheline

    • oui, je sais via mes amis de Québec-ville qui ont du mal à résister à l’hiver québécois… btw, 26-27°C ici today! 🙂

      merci pour ta visite, amicales pensées et à+! 🙂

  20. Reblogged this on MrMilitantNegro™.

  21. Two more days left of my favorite month. Autumn Leaves… so beautiful! For all I know Yves might be singing “How I hate raking these darn leaves”. But he sure sings it with feeling. “Sigh” from ladysighs. 🙂

  22. I haven’t had a pomegranate in so long. I think I may share one with Irene (mom) this weekend. 🙂

  23. Definitely illustrates the season of harvest and fruitfulness. Wonderful homage…

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