I left the spelling and grammar the exact same as he wrote it. Please remember that Yossi missed the whole 4th grade, and was a little behind on Language Arts skills.

There it is in all its glory. It stands in the same place, its branches and leaves giving shade to the children as they play their nemerous games. It has been there for as long as I can remember. Now the seasons have changed and its leaves have begun thier inevitable change of color wich eventully leads to the death of those shade giving leaves. From bright yellow to brilliant orange to eventully brown. It's many leaves litter the ground and soon all of them will , a sign of this tree's surrender to winter. But it will rest ashured knowing that spring will come and then it will (new) leaves (to replace those) lost to winter.


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