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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Summer (the season) (07/09/09)

TITLE: Summer Salad
By Darren Cole
07/12/09


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I sat down and looked over all the choices. The first one I came to was winter, this season would not do, for this was a meal that needed no frost. There were fruits and nuts and even some sprouts. I put the fall shaker back in the cabinet as well. It just didnít seem right to cast an early death upon such a site as this, fading it out, way to soon. The spring time canister was empty, or I might have poured on just a bit more rain. I always like to, over do things you see, trying to make them better. So there I sat looking at my meal. It was perfect with a dash of sunshine and an occasional cloud or two. All seemed right as I took the fork in my hand. The first bite was delicious as all get out! I swallowed all that greatness with just six bites, the whole time wanting them each to last. Then I sat back looking out the window, thinking to myself no wonder they call it a summer salad!


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Laura Manley07/19/09
Short, sweet and to the point! I like it! Laura