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Poetry Corner: Rainbows of Autumn

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As I walk by myself

I see the Rainbows of

Autumn

Colors so different from spring.

The beauty of delicate

flowers

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Has turned to bushes that cling.

Most often in shades of brown.

Grass once green now crunches

As the tenderness of beautiful growth

Has turned yellow, withered and died.

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