Treeshed - Living and nonliving The tree said to the garden...

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Living and non- living
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The tree said to the garden shed,
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The tree said to the garden shed, “It is such a lovely day!
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The tree said to the garden shed, “It is such a lovely day! It feels so good to be alive,
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The tree said to the garden shed, “It is such a lovely day! It feels so good to be alive, That I could run and jump and play.”
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“Well, you cannot,” said the shed to the tree.
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“Well, you cannot,” said the shed to the tree. “You are stuck to the spot like me.
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“Well, you cannot,” said the shed to the tree. “You are stuck to the spot like me. We are not living, we have been made,
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“Well, you cannot,” said the shed to the tree. “You are stuck to the spot like me. We are not living, we have been made, Not like that cat, or that bird, or that bee.”
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“Speak for yourself,” said the tree in reply.
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“Speak for yourself,” said the tree in reply. “I grew from a little seed.
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said the tree in reply. “I grew from a little seed.
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Treeshed - Living and nonliving The tree said to the garden...

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