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Author Name: FreeWind Whisperer 1 Comments
Date Added: December 04, 2006 22:12:40 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Winter Settles In

Winter quickly settled in
Across this busy city,
I don't have a problem with it
Others think it's a pity.

I love the first snow fall
I know, it won't last long,
It will be washed away by rain
While the birds sing their songs.


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Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on December 4, 2006 10:37:08 PM Report
Cynthia: lovely positive write.  Snow fall, eh?  Not where I'm livin'!!!  So, I'll just follow your writes to be "winterized"!!!!


Lady D


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