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SPRING, SPRING, SPRING
When I went outside to see
Something that was bothering me,
I noticed all the clouds, sky, and flowers
And forgot all about the bother.
Then, I looked up at the sky
And saw a little fly.
Then, I looked around and on the ground,
Were roses, daisies, and daffodils.
I thought, “Wow, this is beautiful”
And I looked at all the animals.
I saw baby rabbits with their mother rabbits,
And I saw cats and dogs, getting along.
Then, I wished it could last forever.
But, I knew it could not last forever.
Then, my mother called me in for supper
And I looked back at the world behind and said, “GOODBYE.”