I wrote this poem today to celebrate the Fall Equinox and as a reminder that:

  • Transformation is beautiful.
  • Being alive in the world is a gift.
  • Change is a true constant.
  • Being playful and celebrating is good for the soul.

Celebrating the Fall Equinox

A symphony of yellow, bronze and copper hues,

it’s nature’s great festival on the back of a harvest full moon.

We are called to gather and appreciate life’s gifts,

routines now revitalized; our rhythms must shift.

The promise of change swirls through crisp air,

an apt reminder, change is a truth by which we can swear.

Nature moves us through the seasons of time,

each one with a unique offering to embrace being alive.

Transformation is beautiful,

being here in the world is a gift.

Celebrate this new season and receive the bounty of fall,

bask in this moment, rejoice and embrace it all.

– by Emily Madill

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Article originally published on emilymadill.com

Author(s)

  • Emily Madill is an author and certified professional coach, ACC with a BA in business and psychology. Emily is one of Thrive Global's Editors-at-large. She has published 11 titles in the area of self-development and empowerment, both for children and adults. You can find her writing in Chicken Soup for the Soul:Think Positive for Kids; Thrive Global; The Huffington Post; TUT. com; Best Self Magazine; MindBodyGreen; The Muse; WellthyLiving.ca; TinyBuddha; Aspire Magazine and others. Emily has a private coaching practice and an online program offering courses that support others to create lasting habits around self-love, well-being and all things related to time and weekly planning. She lives on Vancouver Island, Canada, with her husband, two sons and their sweet rescue dog Annie. Learn more at: emilymadill.com