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Fall It was the first warm day of spring when I blossomed unsure of what I was going to face caterpillars strong winds or rains I looked out over the land that lay in front of me My fellow trees towering like giants over the land surrounded me and many of my kind had begun to bloom its many leaves It was so peaceful and the distant high school construction seemed unrealistic in my world Each day I watched the changes in the natural environment and then progressively the unnatural changes as well The flowers were in full bloom by May and the chipper sounds of baby birds and frolicking squirrels filled the air The sun seemed to be out every day and the blue sky was so vibrant you could sense its happiness Each day the clouds danced a new way across the sky But my peaceful serene world was soon demolished by the overwhelming sounds of chain saws and the smoky dust omitted by the massive yellow giants The high school surrealism had become my reality It crept up on me at such a pace I hardly noticed it first a few trees and some orange fencing When July arrived and the school year had culminated thats when the hell began I remember the day quite well the leaves and flowers were in full bloom now and the lushness of the leaves made it hard to catch a glimpse of the school building in the distance The sweet smell of honeysuckle filled the air and the bees buzzed with a song in their heart through the warm air It was very clear to me that things were changing I had become accustomed to gradual changes but this was all happening much to fast for me My days and nights blended into a mass of worry I was petrified of being torn from the security of my branch I imagined with great
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