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  • A chill wind arose, and the autumn leaves fell in showers.

    High Albania

  • The lord of spiders and bats, of crisp autumn leaves and mists that rose in the night, he was Jack Frost's master.


  • On a sill by an open window, a jar of autumn leaves breathed the charm of the sweet brown wife, who seated herself in a tiny rattan chair, enameled a cheery red, such as children delight to rock in.


  • Days came and went, and spring flowers and autumn leaves succeeded each other, and boys and girls, like the spring flowers and autumn leaves, came and went in Cloudland Academy, but there was always Miss Nervy Randall, not a bit older, not a bit changed, doing her spinning and her herb-drying, working over her butter and plaiting Mr. Jonathan's ruffled shirts and teaching her Virgil class.

    Oldtown Folks

  • The raucous coats of autumn leaves had been resplendent while they lasted, but now they were but confetti on the ground, and there they faded fast.

    Men Don't Leave Me


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