Rised is not a word. Suggest risen instead.
“The sun has risen.”
The much more common plural of a plant leaf is leaves. I see that some dictionaries say only leaves is proper. I therefore strongly suggest changing this from under his leafs to under his leaves.
Of course, there are also the Toronto Maple Leafs though, just to prove how messed up our language actually is.
I still say leaves is the much better word though, especially for anyone who likes the song California Dreamin by The Mamas and the Papas.
All the leaves are brown (all the leaves are brown)
And the sky is grey (and the sky is grey)
I’ve been for a walk (I’ve been for a walk)
On a winter’s day (on a winter’s day)
I’d be safe and warm (I’d be safe and warm)
If I was in L.A. (if I was in L.A.)
Wow nice! I actually remember the song as well, such a classic.
It’s funny what songs pop into one’s head when one hears certain phrases. There are many phrases in that song that take me to it.
Is the sky grey? California Dreamin.
I went for a walk? California Dreamin.
I’m on the highway to hell? Oops. Hells bells! Wrong song(s).