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A poem about fall's end and winter's beginning.

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Submitted: November 30, 2012

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Walking through a perfectly spaced row of trees on either side of you - it’s harmonizing. The trees are filled with vibrant orange leaves that stick out from miles away. Each tree is almost out of leaves, symbolizing time. Symbolizing an end of fall, an end of a full year. The leaves slowly fall off, like time ticking away tauntingly. When the last leave falls, you know time is up. The beauty and excitement and color is all gone until a new year starts and winter ends. The end signals for all the birds to leave. Animals go into hibernation and life outside becomes wicked, rigid, and dead. When winter comes, life gets a little less joyful. All the color is gone from nature and everything turns black and white for at least 4 months. 4 months of misery and lifeless life.


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