Biology Label Printouts
Whales Physical Sciences: K-12
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Label Me! Printouts
I am from the peaceful
banks of a creek with no name; from JFG, toast and blackberry jam and home-made
I am from "a house with double porches," a room filled with good ghosts and creek laughter in the mornings before first light.
I am from Liriodendron and Lindera, butterfly bush and mountain boomers
I am from Dillons and Harrisons, Betty Jean and Granny Bea-- frugal and long-lived, stubborn and tender, quick to laugh. Or cry.
I am from a world whose geography my children know better than I, from a quiet valley where I am the proprietor and world authority of its small wonders.
From barn loft secret passwords and children who can fly if they only try.
I am from oven-baked Saran Wrap and colds caught from jackets worn indoors.
I am from pire in the blood Baptists, from the cathedral made without hands, the church in the wildwoods, the covenant of grace.
I'm from the Heart of Dixie, son of Scarlett O'hara. From War Eagle, Wiffle, UAB and PT, from Walnut Knob's blue ridge and the soft shadows of Goose Creek.
From a "fast hideous" dresser and a home body from Woodlawn, from a grandfather I never knew that I can blame for my love of nature and my stubbornness, they tell me.
I am from fragments, the faint smell of wood smoke, and familiar walks among trees I know by name, from HeresHome and good stock. A man can hardly ask to be from more.
A few days ago I went to see an interesting football match played between the . Higher Secondary School, Karnal and the Govt. Higher Secondary School, Shahabad on the grounds of the . Higher Secondary School, Karnal. A large crowd of students and men from the town were present to cheer up the players. The match began at . About five minutes before the fixed time, the referee called upon the captains of the two teams to toss for sides. The .’s won the toss. Soon after, the referee blew the whistle and the players took their positions. At another loud whistle, the center forward of the local school picked the ball and the play began. From the very start, the Govt. School team took the offensive. Twice they tried hard to make the ball pass through the goal post, but the goalkeeper of the opposing team warded it off each time. However, he could not resist the attack for long and the Govt. School center forward shot the ball through the goal by chance. They were loudly cheered by the spectators. Soon after the half time, the game was resumed. The .’s got many chances but failed to score a goal. When only five minutes were left they made their great dash. In spite of strong opposition, their Forwards carried the ball with full force and a goal was scored. There was a hail of shouts and the students of . flung their caps high up in the air. The match ended in a draw.