The colors of fall:

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"Every sorrow endured is a lesson learned."

Submitted: April 19, 2013

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Submitted: April 19, 2013



Leaves begin to fall as the seasons change. There colors die, like our scars that fade. Now watch the rain just wash away all of the foot steps we made. I ask you now, do you find comfort in the shade of a cloud, or do you need a ray of sunlight just to feel that your found? Would you change direction down the roads you take, or would you value the lessons learned from mistakes you made? Often disciplines are dealt in a hour of late, and the cost can mean your whole life’s taken away. Yes, nature taking it's course can be a harsh place, and only then will you appreciate the very breathe you take. What I'm saying to you now is maybe you don't need a clear sky just to feel that your found...besides the weathers nice when you rise above all of those rain clouds. Learn that the storms you endure can serve as a blessing. See your life through a ray of sunlight, and let the fall teach you a lesson.

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