The wind-swept field, summoning the waltz of the wild violet. Deliriously swaying to the whir of the world like the lick of a flame. But the wave of lush purple warmly regards its atmosphere, selflessly. Of intimate mornings and autumnal sky, riverbanks and neighboring marigolds. The mellow incense of the herbaceous plants garnish the air. Pollen that wafts to the nearby pasture clinging to the backs of brunette heifers. How could I not relish in these sun-drenched fields and late nights of crackling embers? Farm cats whose paws pad on soft wood and play contentedly with tendrils. I am impassioned with these murals, of our natural world.
Audrey is a sophomore at Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts, majoring in literary arts. She has a love of writing and reading, especially poetry and memoirs. Even before she knew how to write, Audrey would dictate her stories to her parents so they could write them down for her.