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Author Name: Freequeens1 1 Comments
Date Added: July 17, 2008 14:07:27 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Willow
Hypnotically, The willow tree’s branches sway In a gentle breeze
Author's Notes:
Weeping willows look so graceful.
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Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on July 17, 2008 11:11:09 PM Report
One of my favorite trees. You don't wanna park your car under them, however..They don't call them weeping willows for nothing...len




 


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