Wednesday, November 1 0, 1 971
THE MICHIGAN DAILYPgeFv
Stopping only to savor ani apple or allowing an
occasionial breeze to scatter our thoughts,
.Fall slips by us, amber sunlight and crimson
leaves beans unnnoticed.
Y~et for those with onily a monment for things
14 all can be found not far from the city's
c acopliolly, here,
Aiulon'g stalls of red ripe tomatoes and a
sympiony of squash.
Fruits of it summner's warmth, meni of a
suinmer's labor, they come in b~attered.
trucks bef ore (lawn,~
B~earing their labors ini soggy wooden crates,
gathering here to offer the lush, fresh, wis-
domi of their land.
And it's a p~umlpkini-warmi pleasure of sights
aid( smells to walk amiong thiem..