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THE LEMON TREE



In our back yard
We grow couple of lemon trees
It is very interesting to cut few
of the leaves and keep them in a jar
As my new scents.
Like aroma wow that is how
i describe my day , delightful as always
having them grow
In our back yard it is a good timing they
bears lots of fruits for our day to day
use making lemonade or lemon tea
Home made fresh everyday.
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Submitted by Perpetua on May 31, 2021

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