Scott Stanley Davis

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Autumn Changes


It is late in the year so autumn is here, A change from summer from its hot weather all crowded together, without water- life was smothered is replaced with Falls fresh air as you sit in your lawn chair, in this second like spring is changing things; All students return to school even with toddlers in preschool, Universities fill their seats, as classes of learning has continues in their yearning, and sports teams put on there cleats to compete and no one has a defeat: Harvest has arrived now the ants can thrive, and fill their hills with vegetable they've gotten that might have gone rotten; The tree have berries and nuts for the gathering of such, squirrels build their houses in tops of trees with a lot of leaves, The bushes have berries and grapes there bunches, in this season full of food with a greater reason:
A new beginning to end the heat, a endurance for everything has not been decreet; its a refreshing and colorful time full of life that has matured every creature into what it was meant to become a teacher:

Submitted: Sunday, October 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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