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Leaves Of Autumn.

Leaves from autumn trees do fall
blanketing the ground.
As gusty winds disturb their rest
they flutter all around.

Hitting any obstacle
getting in the way.
As the wind dies down
leaves on the ground
settle where they lay.

As the gusty wind stirs up again
the leaves again will stray
Up, up, up they go and far away
caught up in rooftops high
tussled in the air.
Heading up toward the sky
leaves are everywhere.

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