When Words Are Not Enough

| 10/12/2015 9:59:00 AM

Connie Moore

autumn leaves

We went for a drive along State Route 68, south of Xenia, Ohio in search of a farm market where we could buy butternut squash and apples. We eventually found the market with its weathered barn and shelves brimming with produce and homemade jams and jellies.

fall red leaves

Colorful as the inside of the market was, it was nothing in comparison to what we saw along the way. Within the glory of the season, a realization came that there is not enough emotion in the English language. Sometimes descriptive words are just dry and lifeless compared to the beauty in nature.

gold tree leaves

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