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Autumn

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Most of the TV that you watch,

websites that you visit,

and even books that you read

will be soon forgotten.

But walking in the woods

on a warm Autumn day,

jumping in the leaves,

feeling the crunch of

red, orange, yellow

beneath your feet,

watching your kids play,

this is what memories are made of.

autumn leaves

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Author: Alex

I am a teacher and love reading and writing. I write short stories, poetry, blogs and children's stories. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2015.

2 thoughts on “Autumn

  1. Hi Alex, thanks for following my blog, I just figured out who you are and I’m sorry we didn’t meet. You were at the back in Swindon meeting? The ONLY other ‘One born every minute’ fan?? Surely not…. Anyway great to connect with you, love your writing xx

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