I stared at the unusual scarecrow standing in the middle of the field. Looking carefully I noticed that he was every bit as big as a real person. As I walked past the scarecrow, I saw a picnic basket of fruit hanging from his hand. I was amazed by his silly looking pumpkin head. His carved out mouth had a row of rotting nuts for teeth. His googly eyes made him look cross-eyed. His triangle shaped leather hat was old and crackly but it looked good on his head. He had an old jacket with a patched scarf. Pie pans dangled from his pants to scare off birds. His hair was a mess of old yarn and old torn paper pieces. The scarecrow seemed happy standing in the field every day.

By Austin T.

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