A Breath Of Autumn

Author: Lillian Beckwith
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447220781
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Jamie appeared to be preoccupied and Kirsty was tightlipped against the cold in
case it shouldprovoke anachein asensitive tooth she had. Pulling her beret down
overher ears asfarasit would reach and tucking her chin into the collar of her
overcoatshe followed Jamie's footsteps. When they reachedthe house Jamie
volunteeredto closeupthe hens. Kirstyset about replenishingthefire and swinging
the kettles over thehob. Both kettles were steamingby the time Jamie came into
the ...

Poems

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AUTUMN. The cold breath of Autumn comes chilling and drear, Her ruins through
Nature already appear ; In the woodland the elm, the maple, and oak, At once
plainly tell us of Autumn's rude stroke. The bright leaves are falling in showers in
the vale, And, in some sunny spot, secured from the gale, The last of the flowers
have spread out their forms, Preserved from the frosts and from Autumn's cold
storms. But lone midst the trees which the summer's robe wear, The willow stands
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The Eighth Wonder Of The World

Author: Jerry L. Rhoads
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 150354673X
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AUTUM LEAVES autumn leaves they are falling down Once they clothed my
trees a green swaying dancing gown Now they're lonely chilled and scattered on
the ground Autumn leaves August harvest nothing left of summer to be found
Autumn leaves autumn leaves a riot of orange red and brown A strip tease with
the trees as they all come falling down Just a silent reminder of summer kissed by
a warm sun Autumn leaves September is done the cold breath of frost has won
Autumn ...

Strategies For Building Fluency

Author: Deborah V. Mink
Publisher: Shell Education
ISBN: 9781425802479
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She was looking out the window and counting backward. "Twelve," she said, and
then, a little later, "eleven," and then "ten," and "nine," and then "eight" and "seven
," almost together. Sue glanced out of the window. What was there to count?
There was only a bare, dreary yard to be seen, and the blank side of the brick
house twenty feet away. An old, old ivy vine, gnarled and decayed at the roots,
climbed halfway up the brick wall. The cold breath of autumn had stricken its
leaves from ...

The King S College Magazine

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AUTUMN WINDS — TRILL AND TROLL. 471 iEscHYL. Euripides, we want you
not ; enough protection Already hath found this thought-compelling father. Eurip.
The man who answers what he is not asked May well incur the censure of a
meddler; But he — Homer. Stop ! one would think you two imagined yourselves
acting in the play of Aristophanes. I thank you both : lead on, jEschylus. i • .' .'''.<
Nemo. AUTUMN WINDS. The winds of autumn blew upon a tree with their cold
breath, ...

The Knickerbocker Or New York Monthly Magazine

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For loss of Autumn's kindly smiles the air, forlorn, By misty tears its sorrow for her
death betrays: And clad in gray the sky mourns 'bove her form, Who queenly
wore October's purple haze. Bleak, black, and desolate, the disrobed hills Lift
mournful foreheads to the cold gray sky ; While round them creeps a sad low
wind which chills The grieving air with Autumn's dying sigh. Moved by her parting
breath, the unleaved trees Toss their bare arms and shake their discrowned
heads : Whilo ...

The Knickerbocker

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For loss of Autumn's kindly smiles the air, forlorn, By misty tears its sorrow for her
death betrays : And clad in gray the sky mourns 'bove her form, Who queenly
wore October's purple haze. m. Bleak, black, and desolate, the disrobed hills Lift
mournful foreheads to the cold gray sky ; While round them creeps a sad low
wind which chills The grieving air with Autumn's dying sigh. IV. Moved by her
parting breath, the unleaved trees Toss their bare arms and shake their
discrowned heads ...

Knickerbacker Or New York Monthly Magazine

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For loss of Autumn's kindly smiles the air, forlorn, By misty tears its sorrow for her
death betrays: And clad in gray the sky mourns 'bove her form, Who queenly
wore October's purple haze. III. Bleak, black, and desolate, the disrobed hills Lift
mournful foreheads to the cold gray sky; While round them creeps a sad low wind
which chills The grieving air with Autumn's dying sigh. IV. Moved by her parting
breath, the unleaved trees Toss their bare arms and shake their discrowned
heads: ...

Autumn Season Of Change

Author: Jennifer Sparrow
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1598867873
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She had never been so close to death; she could feel its cold fingers tightening
around her throat and its frosty breath brushing her skin. Her body told her how
much easier it would be to lie down and sleep for eternity, but did she really want
this to be the end? She had called on death again and again, but she feared it.
What was on the other side? Would Jesus and her family be waiting? Or was the
crucifixion of Christ just some sort of fairy tale told for generations in order to
retain ...

Doctor Who Forever Autumn

Author: Mark Morris
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409073319
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'Anyone around?' She was alarmed at how flat and muffled her voice sounded,
how the marshy mist seemed to swallow it. Suddenly sensing a presence behind
her, feeling cold breath on the nape of her neck, she spun round... There was no
one there. 'Hello?' she called again, annoyed at the rising panic in her own voice.
'Will someone please answer me?' Once again the mist stifled and seemed to
gulp down her words. And once again there was no reply. Right, Martha thought.