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Autumn Falls

by Kevin Neylon
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 14/12/2016

A single leaf had started to change colour from green to yellow, was it really that time of year already?

The days passed quickly, and more colours came, reds and yellows, oranges and browns, then one by one the leaves came tumbling down.

A small front garden was fully in bloom, with hardy perennials’ bright colours fighting off the gloom.

The wind came along and moved all the fallen leaves, and now the front garden can hardly be seen. Dead leaves causing death as they smother the flowers, blocking out the sun, and soaking up all the water from showers.

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