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Being in a country where there are only two seasons we can only rely on images of winter spring or autumn on postcards movies or television shows Through these aids we see the beauty these seasons bring maybe to the point that we envy those people experiencing it first hand Spring and autumn the seasons between summer and winter are seasons when most noticeable transformation takes place The most obvious one is the change of temperature swinging from extreme coldness to extreme heat or vice versa Spring is perceived as a season of life - the season when flowers start to bloom birds start to tweet - while autumn or fall is seen as a season of decay - leaves turns to gold trees become bare However autumn is never seen as a decaying season in postcards In fact autumn is beauty for photographers The magic of combining the colors gold red orange and yellow creates a dazzling effect to the image of autumn Autumn is deprived from its decay theme and is given life by people through seeing this season as a season of beauty However Faiz Ahmed Faiz a Pakistani writer brings back the reality that autumn is indeed a season not of beauty but of decay and grief His choice of words choosing words with negative connotations makes his piece a very successful narration of what autumn really is This is the way that autumn came to the trees is how Faiz starts the poem This line already gives away the time the narration takes place - the end of autumn or the start of winter - through the shift of tenses from present to past is to came In fact the shift in the verb tenses throughout the play guides the readers on how the different scenes are arranged In the next 4 lines the narrator speaks of the transformation the trees undergo during autumn Unlike saying the trees lose their
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