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Fall


Tree Squirrel - Djuma Pictures, Images and Photos

A perky squirrel
With a furry tail
Scampered and twirled
He didn't fail

To let me know
He's closing the curtain
On summer's show
It's certain

He'd make his call
As summer fades
He'll usher in fall
He and his friends will parade

Gray and furry
Leaping from limb to limb
In a hurry
Climbing and stretching all of him

In crisp early morn
Birds will take flight
Squirrels will gather acorns
Birds will become less in sight

School days
Colorful leaves gently falling
Fewer sun's rays
School bells ringing, children calling

Chilliness in the air
Warmer clothes
Strong winds begin to stir
Shoes will cover toes

Summer shall wave good-bye
No more lazy, leisure days
Dark misty skies
Adapting to fall on display


2007 Janet Irene Griffin








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