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Autumn Walks Ketubah
Autumn Walks Ketubah detail 1A couple walks hand in hand, returning from a late afternoon walk. Autumn has changed all the leaves, but not yet turned the grass brown in anticipation of winter. Home waits ahead - an evening in the quiet country. The couple is available in same-sex versions as 2 men or 2 women.
Autumn Walks Ketubah detail 2Following behind the couple a dog searches the grass for brisk autumn smells. The tree's leaves have yet to fall, but fill the air.The text is set with alternating lines of Hebrew and English, the styles contrasting just enough to make both easy to read.
Autumn Walks Ketubah detail 3A green field edged by woods, leaves poised in the air about to fall.
Autumn Walks KetubahAround the circle is a quote excerpted from Christopher Marlowe's late 16th century poem,"Come live with me and be my love,And we will all the pleasures prove That hills and valleys, dales and fields,Or woods or steepy mountain yields.If these delights thy mind may move, Then ...."The excerpt has been made as a never-ending circle with the beginning of the quote the same as the end of the poem. Any text about the same length may be used in place of this poem (please send it in the special instructions area of the text form).
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