October Morning

Bumblebee on New England Aster

“Oh, hushed October morning mild,

Thy leaves have ripened to the fall;

Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild,

Should waste them all …

Oh, hushed October morning mild,

begin the hours of this day slow.

Hearts not averse to being beguiled,

Beguile us in the way you know.

Release one leaf at break of day,

At noon release another leaf.

One from our trees, one far away.

Retard the sun with gentle mist;

Enchant the land with amethyst…”

From “October” by Robert Frost

Short’s Aster
Ripe seedheads of Swamp Milkweed

Japanese Anemone ‘Honorine Jobert’
Joe Pye Weed Seedhead
New England Aster

14 Comments on “October Morning

    • Thank you! Actually, Judy was heading out to do some shopping when she saw the milkweed seeds and had to go back in to get her camera and take the pictures.

  1. Robert Frost has always been one of my favorite poets; I, too, wish time would slow down a little so that we can enjoy this season as long as possible. Beautiful photos!

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