“To Autumn” (A poem by John Keats) “To Autumn” is a poem written by the English romantic poet, John Keats, in 1819. The poem is three stanzas and personifies Autumn as Keat’s describes “her” beauty of sights and sounds. The poem is highly regarded and considered one of Keat’s finest. The first stanza addresses Autumn, describing its abundance and its intimacy with the sun, with whom Autumn ripens fruits and causes the late flowers to bloom. In the second stanza, the speaker describes the figure of Autumn as a female goddess, often seen sitting on the granary floor, her hair “soft-lifted” by the wind, and often seen sleeping in the fields or watching a cider-press squeezing the juice from apples. In the third stanza, the speaker tells Autumn not to wonder where the songs of spring have gone, but instead to listen to her own music.
Autumn - a song by Barbra Streisand
Autumn - a concerto from Vivaldi's The Four Seasons
Autumn & Me - a song by Saving Jane
Autumn Changes - a song by Donna Summer
Autumn Goodbye - a song by Britney Spears
Autumn in New York - a song by Frank Sinatra
Autumn Jones - a song by Hootie & The Blowfish
Autumn Leaves - a song by Nat King Cole
Forever Autumn - a song by the Moody Blues
Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy (Daisy Meadows) - Get into the crisp, brisk fall spirit with Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy! Rachel and Kirsty love the fall! They can't wait to go apple picking, carve pumpkins, and take a hayride. But this fall, everything is going all wrong -- because Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy's magic is missing! Can the girls help her outsmart Jack Frost and his goblins, and make sure that fall is fun again? Recommended for ages 6-9.
Autumn: An Alphabet Acrostic (Steven Schnur) - From School Library Journal: “Seasonal books are always in demand and this alphabet acrostic will be especially welcome. In clever, poetic verse, a fall riddle is presented for each letter of the alphabet. The answer is spelled out in the first letter of each line. The riddles are spare with striking images as seen in "Bats/And owls/Roost among empty/Nests." The 26 poems cover such chilly-day themes as knitting, frost, leaves, and icicles. The only source of confusion comes with the always challenging letter "X." Schnur uses the Roman numeral "XII" for 12 and the answer to the riddle is "Xylem," a term not familiar to most primary-grade students. Evans's stunning hand-colored linoleum block prints are clear, bright, and provide sharp clues for the riddles, which are placed in a white box right on each illustration. This delightful alphabet book with a new twist will provide inspiration and challenges for a wide audience.” Recommended for ages 4-8.
For the Love of Autumn (Patricia Polacco) - Miss Parks just loves her new home, her new teaching job, and all her new students. But most of all, she loves Autumn, her perfect little kitten. Then one night, during a terrible storm, Autumn runs away. Miss Parks’ students band together to search for Autumn—with no luck. Hope is lost until Autumn turns up at Miss Parks’ front door with a brand new collar and a bandage on her tail. Someone has been taking care of Autumn! With the help of her students, Miss Parks unravels the mystery of Autumn’s disappearance and finds true love along the way. A tender and sweet story. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Autumn - We cannot find any celebrities or significantly famous people with the first name Autumn.
Famous People who Named their Daughter Autumn - Forest Whitaker (actor); Jermaine Jackson (musician)
Autumn - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Autumn.