In September Summer Still Sings

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Summer is slowly coming to a close as we navigate through the next few days of September. Needless to say, summer has not been short of an eventful season. This morning, I thought about how much we experienced a lot of highs and lows, good and bad, joy and sadness, the planned and the unexpected over the last few months. As we prepare for Autumn to roll in, Summer still sings in these final days of a warm embrace. Please enjoy this reflective poem, “September” by Lucy Maud Montgomery.

September

Lo! a ripe sheaf of many golden days

Gleaned by the year in autumn’s harvest ways,

With here and there, blood-tinted as an ember,

Some crimson poppy of a late delight

Atoning in its splendor for the flight

Of summer blooms and joys­

This is September.

-Lucy Maud Montgomery

Lucy Maud Montgomery(November 30, 1874 – April 24…

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