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落叶 Fallen Leaves


There is a Chinese proverb: "When a sycamore leaf falls, the world knows autumn." In Canada, it should be "When a maple leaf turns red, the world knows autumn." Looking out the window, the fiery red maple leaves saturate the plains. The most beautiful period of maple leaves has passed, and the leaves begin to say goodbye to the branches where they have lived for a long time. When a gust of wind blows, clusters of maple leaves sway gently. Two or three leaves fell, gradually covering the entire path. On a big tree in the park, except for the scattered yellow leaves on the crown, most of them have long since fallen and returned to their roots. The world gradually takes on the unique bleak beauty of autumn.

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