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The days of brown leaves (fall, 1904)
Opal writes about how brown leaves speak to her.

Picture of brown leaves

What Opal calls "the days of brown leaves" are probably fall season when leaves change their colors and die.

Opal writes that they really do not die but go back to the earth to be born again in nature's cycle.

Click below to read Opal's beautiful description of "the days of brown leaves".

Scene 1: Days of brown leaves     

Photo courtesy of Dr. Sabry Mason. 

 

 


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