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Being A Scorpio, What It Really Means

Updated on April 4, 2009
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Being a Scorpio, what it means...

 

Selected by "Mother Nature" to fill a Scorpio's shoes does me very proud, and being born on October 29 formulates forever, that for me. October Autumns bring all the wonderful and precious things that come about in that gloriously colorful and bountiful season, especially to Scorpios.

Being an October Scorpio wrings out the best of me. It is that time of year for resting and tallying up the spent year's harvest, time for Scorpios to give thanks to"Mother Nature" for her wonderful bounty and for her selection of Scorpios to be Scorpios.

Repose all Scorpios, if you will, and praise the colors of determination, the foliage of fall, the final hurrah of precious leaves flaunting their beauty, giving thanks in color to Mother Nature for her unselfish and everlasting life giving sustenance. Scorpio leaves heartbreakingly but patriotically drop to the ground in diminishing colors of farewell, into a waiting grave that but promises return, willing their fiber and frames to a new future prospectus of life. Nevertheless, for Scorpios the beauty and bounty is everlasting.

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      Idol 

      7 years ago

      I was born on October 29 too! Scorpio really is the best sign of them all.

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      Rob Welsh 

      8 years ago from Tomorrow - In Words & NZ Time.

      Nicely written tribute to our scorpio brothers and sisters. They say that nature retains the balance of scorpios in this world and always replaces a dying scorp with a new born scorp within the same moon. Thanks for sharing Pylos. Take care.

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      pylos26 

      9 years ago

      thanks bubba...didn't know you did computer...many thanks for your time and glad you think its 'thumbs up' scribbling...pylos

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      bubba 

      9 years ago

      very well said!! i couldn't said it better. two thumbs up!!

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