The National Enquirer, November 24, 1987


Dog days in Kentucky*
While the dog days of August dry the corn, vigorous tobacco glows yellow-green. The mist rises, hiding the sun at morn. Later, the sun gives way to shadows serene.
The Indigo Bunting a Flash of blue! Golden-rod and yellow goldfinches light the meadows. Daylight hours are becoming too few! Farmers move to take off ripe sorgo.
Autumn will come, then follows wet snow,making hills and fields a winter tableau.

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