Tag Archives: Autumn

Autumn Reads

The days are starting to get a little shorter and colder now, after a glorious summer. Soon the leaves will be turning and falling, and it will be perfect curl-up-with-a-book season, so I thought I would put together a list … Continue reading

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Happy Days! – A poem by Enid Blyton

Today I have decided to treat you to Blyton’s “Happy Days!” poem about how wonderful Autumn is, and catching the leaves! Which, when you’re a child is the best thing in the world. There is a prelude to this poem, … Continue reading

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One Evening – A poem by Enid Blyton

This is a pretty little poem about the swallows flying south for the winter, but the last line jars somewhat for me as when I’m reading it in my head it doesn’t seem like a natural end of the line. … Continue reading

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The Passing of Summer – A poem by Enid Blyton

Today I have decided to bring you one of Blyton’s poems, because we haven’t had one in a long time. This one is called The Passing of Summer and I thought it was appropriate as we are slowly slipping away … Continue reading

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First Monday in September

Well, September is upon us, and so is Autumn. In Dundee the season practically changed overnight, Saturday was warm and sunny but Sunday was cold, cloudy and windy. Our contributor this week is Poppy, and we’ll be putting up the … Continue reading

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Dead Leaves – A poem by Enid Blyton

I’ve been admiring all the autumn leaves when I’ve been out recently, and then I read this poem and thought I should share it. Did I hear some one say that the leaves were dead? Well, it’s quite a mistake, … Continue reading

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