Katrina Lemonspunk

Rookie (Dublin, Ireland)

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Katrina was born in 1920 in Dublin, Ireland. For years as a child she enjoyed many poets, from Robert Frost to Emily Dickenson. I, her Grandchild, Katrina L. Lemonspunk, am trying to follow in her footsteps. Katrina K. Lemonspunk died November the 31,1989 in her home from childhood, in Dublin Ireland. She had raised me after my parents died when I was young. She taught me to love poetry. My ... more »

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Fall Have Left Leaves.

Didn't you know?
That the world was once not covered in snow?
That time was called Fall.

Fall loves to give.
Fall gave us the cool after the long summer's heat.
It gave us bright, new colors,
And a place for family's to meet!

Fall gives us all this, but yet more.
Fall gives us the bright colors out at your front door.
You may ask, 'What may this be? '
Tis the leaves that have fallen from the trees.

Yes, Fall hast left many wonders of our tiny world,
But the most beautiful, in all the world,
Is the humble, colorful, leaves.

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