Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower-- Henry David Thoreau
My friend Janet Collinge showed me this quote and I thought I would talk about it.
Indeed there is some truth to that. Some may consider autumn to be second spring, alive with undeniable colors.
The green does subside to be replaced with what most would consider more vibrant colors.
But a second spring? I think not! A second spring would not lead us back into winter, after all.
To me spring is green, mostly green, all green, and any additional colors...well, they are just to add interest for those who don't appreciate green for the wonder that it is. Spring is green...let us not forget that.