The Stream

July 7, 2010
By EvanT BRONZE, Langley, Washington
EvanT BRONZE, Langley, Washington
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The quiet stream floes
Soft water rushing gently;
Cold stone moves the flow.

The still water moves,
Rushes slowly past the trees;
Beavers' trees, long gone.

Fields of bluish-green,
Tall trees which shadow water;
Water from the past.

Insects on the stream
Water-bugs, flying swiftly;
Creek, tickled by feet.

Autumn leaves are here,
Leaves: floating on the river;
Skyless clouds of gold.


The author's comments:
Well this was for school, and I can't remember what the teacher thought of it, but let me know your opinion.

At the time I wrote this, I was actually sitting by a stream, describing what I saw. Don't know if that matters, but its relevant and interesting...

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