Jessica Nychkalo

Fall - Poem by Jessica Nychkalo

On a cloudy autumns day
A chocolate brown haired girl
In her bright red pullover
Skips through the
Just fallen leaves
Her tiny feet make
Crackling noises
As she jogs down the walk
And little baby droplets of rain
Fall on her rosy cheeks
She can smell and taste the cleansing rain
Tomorrow will still be fall

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 24, 2004

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