Treasure Island

Leather Sandal


November Is Special


November is such a special time of year to me
A time when so much that was pent up seems to break free
Crisp and chill days so refreshing and sometimes cold and harsh
Even some years lots of snow and frost and ice upon the marsh
But it also is next to the last month of another glorious year
And it holds a wonderful holiday which to many is so very dear
So just a note of recognition to November so majestic and serene
Before we all know it long lost relatives will soon be seen
And the love flows and joyful feelings mingle in the air
I am so glad you could come I am so glad you were there

Submitted: Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 12, 2011

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  • Shadow Girl (11/1/2011 7:53:00 AM)

    sweet..every month is special..if u have someone special to share it with...nice write. (Report) Reply

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