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Fall, it's That Time of Year

When looking out my window, what do I see?
All the trees they are losing their leaves.
As they fall the beauity of what they were,
still exists only to be found in the new ways to see.
You may ask what do you mean?
Look around you, no longer the leaves are all green,
but now we may enjoy the yellows and reds.
Everything has a season you see,
love every season you're blessed to see.
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I am a born again Christian, I go to a church that preaches all the Bible. Some years ago you would call that kind of church a holy rolling church. I am very proud to be called a Christian. He saved from hell and gave me a new life. God saved my soul from hell. I am a mother, a stay at home house wife. I love to write and share with others what God has done for me. I write to cope with stress as well, it is my outlet. God has given me the gift to write. I want to make a difference to someone that may be hurting. Maybe my writings will lead someone to the Lord with my life experiences. God bless those who reads this. I am also known as the Dreamer with identifying myself to other people. I am just a sinner saved by grace. more…

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