Canadian Autumn by Virgina Winters
10:34 AM | Author: Glen Binger
Canadian Autumn by Virgina Winters

Rain-black clouds scud across the azure sky. Cold rain falls, blown sideways by the sudden wind. Scarlet leaves from the maples huddle against the fence. A confused apple blossom glows against the still-green leaves. Rain gathers on broken petals and drops, the rose weeping for the lost summer.

Virginia Winters is a Canadian writer, whose first novel, Murderous Roots, was published Dec. 1 by Write Words Inc. Her website details other publications at
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