Chota

Chota

Thursday, 6 October 2011

{quotable thursdays}

{gorgeous photography by valdirose}

I love this poem by Alexander Smith...& it's particularly fitting for these chillier days at the start of October:

All things have something more than barren use;
  There is a scent upon the brier,
A tremulous splendour in the autumn dews,  15
  Cold morns are fringed with fire.
The clodded earth goes up in sweet-breath'd flowers;
  In music dies poor human speech,
And into beauty blow those hearts of ours
  When Love is born in each.  20
Daisies are white upon the churchyard sod,
  Sweet tears the clouds lean down and give.
The world is very lovely. O my God,
  I thank Thee that I live!
                                                                                          -Alexander Smith {source}

{via Ruche}
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{via tinselfalls}
merci new york tuesday shoesday marchesa christian louboutin
{pumpkin inspired lace accents via merci ny}
{autumn colours, from 100 layer cake (above & below)}

{gorgeous illustration by Penelope Dullaghan}

Go out & read a book amongst the leaves while it's still warm enough to do so....

To all my fellow Canadian readers, Happy Thanksgiving this weekend. I'm off to a wedding in Montreal & I can't wait!
xo
L

2 comments:

  1. love that Dullaghan illustration - would be great framed for library, playroom or quiet nook! Happy Thanksgiving... Ju xxoo

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  2. happy thanksgiving to you too!!!

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