"I love the Autumn, And yet I cannot say All the thoughts and things That make one feel this way.
I love walking on the angry shore, To watch the angry sea; Where summer people were before, But now there's only me.
I love wood fires at night That have a ruddy glow. I stare at the flames And think of long ago.
I love the feeling down inside me That says to run away To come and be a gypsy And laugh the gypsy way.
The tangy taste of apples, The snowy mist at morn, The wanderlust inside you When you hear the huntsman's horn.
Nostalgia - that's the Autumn, Dreaming through September Just a million lovely things I always will remember."
-1943, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
SHE WROTE POEMS, TOO?! What a gem.
This design is printed in white on a maroon marble women's slouchy tee. (91% poly 9% combed and ring-spun cotton, 40 single 3.5 oz.). Sideseamed. Slouchy fit. Subtle curved hem. Scoop neck.