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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Autumn/Fall (08/27/09)

TITLE: Fallen Leaves
By Christine Ramey
08/28/09


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I can see the hand of Godís handiwork .
The colors are brightly displayed in orange and yellow.
The trees are where the children love to play and lurk.
But mostly it is where they love to dwell.
While spending their time in the tress, they read the stories of God and how great He is.
They know the stories all to well from beginning to end.
They share those moments of joy and laughter with a joyful bliss.
The more they play, the tree starts to bend.
This causing the leaves to fall to the ground.
Then their parents must begin to rake those leaves once again.
The parents work hard in the yard to get all of them up from all around.
As they piled the leaves into a nice big pile till no leaves remain.
Once they are up they invite the kids to come and play.
The leaves have come and gone and no more fallen leaves are left behind.
The leaves are a reminder of the handiwork of God.


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Sunny Loomis 09/08/09
Good thoughts. Keep writing.
Lisa Johnson 09/08/09
I always did love a good piles of leaves.