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Palabrist is the blog-name of M. M. Adjarian, a Dallas-based writer and occasional photographer.  She has  published one book of literary criticism, Allegories of Desire: Body, Nation and Empire in Modern Caribbean Literature by Women (Praeger, 2004), is a regular contributor to Arts + Culture DFW, the Dallas Voice and Bitch magazine, and a reviewer for Kirkus. Her photographic interests include work with film and lo-fi/vintage cameras.  Some of her images appear in The Pinhole Camera: A Practical How-To Book for Making Pinhole Cameras and Images (CreateSpace, 2009).

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    When fall arrives, be it in the northern or southern hemispheres, children are no longer (running around) naked.

    When fall arrives, be it in the northern or southern hemispheres, the deciduous trees take over the role.

    When fall arrives, be it in the northern or southern hemispheres, the human adult species look for cover.

    When fall arrives, be it in the northern or southern hemispheres, the four legged species likewise find cover.

    So it will be till spring returns, and the cycle starts all over again.

    Children disrobing, trees flowering, humans and animals likewise.

    Compliments & best wishes,

    The Verbose One

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