Treasure Island

Gomotsegang Sebadieta


Autumn


Autumn, autumn, autumn!
A season
Full of great things
A season that brings
Happiness to people
And animals
Autumn, autumn, autumn!
Birds singing
Their morning songs
Praising the lord
For the fruits
Provided in the wild
Autumn, autumn, autumn!
Butterflies flying
All over the gardens
Enjoying the scent
From the flowers
Autumn, autumn, autumn!
Bees buzzing
From flower to flower
Collecting pollen
And making honey
Autumn, autumn, autumn!
Cows mooing
In the forest
Enjoying
The green and fresh grass
Autumn, autumn, autumn!
Children sitting
Around the fire
Eating corn, watermelons,
Sweet reeds and squashes
Autumn, autumn, autumn
A season that is fruitful.

Submitted: Friday, May 11, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 11, 2012

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