A Leaf Falls by Cheyene Montana Lopez
Nourishing Poems Of Time Pieces

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I want people to notice nature and the world that encircles each and everyone of us.
Notice how a leaf falls, or the changing guards of the seasons. Notice the way it warms and the way raindrops falls from spring and summer through fall on into winters blizzards. Whether or not you like it,we have to live with it. We can either embrace it and make it a part of our world and us with it. Or we can become victims. Just relax and go for a walk to hear birds sing and chirp or frogs croak or even the singing of a cricket. Everything around us I like to think of it as poetry. I want the world to know just how a leaf falls or dangles. I want anyone to take up the roads and journey to where woods are, the leaves on the grounds or look outside the windows. Smell the air,fear not too feel it.

About Cheyene Montana Lopez

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Published January 15, 2013 by Booktango. 64 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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