Fall

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Pumpkins are common in the fall.

Fall, also known as autumn, is one of four seasons. Fall is between summer and winter.

Sourced quotes

  • "For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad."[1] — Edwin Way Teale
Simple: For people, Fall is a time to gather things together, and to harvest. But for nature, it is a time of planting, and to spread things out.
  • "It was one of those perfect English autumnal days which occur more frequently in memory than in life."[2] — P. D. James
Simple: It was one of those perfect fall days in England that happen more in memory than they do in real life.
  • "Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn."[3] — Elizabeth Lawrence
Simple: Everybody should take time to watch the leaves change colors in the fall.
Simple: Fall is like spring because every leaf is beautiful like a flower.
  • "Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns."[5] — George Eliot
Simple: I love the fall. If I were a bird, I would fly around the world looking for it.

References

  1. Rhoda Thomas Tripp (1970). The international thesaurus of quotations. Crowell, p. 567. ISBN 0690445849. 
  2. "Quotation Details". The Quotations Page. Retrieved on 2009-05-27
  3. Rosemarie Jarski (2007). Words from the Wise: Over 6,000 of the Smartest Things Ever Said. Skyhorse Publishing Inc, 439. ISBN 160239136X. 
  4. Evan Esar (1995). 20,000 quips & quotes. Barnes & Noble Publishing, 54. ISBN 1566195292. 
  5. George Eliot, John Walter Cross (1908). The writings of George Eliot. Houghton Mifflin, 71. 

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