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Not A Care In The World

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Introduction

Not a Care in the World As I walk towards the beach, I immediately see the ocean. The shoreline looked like it could go on for miles and miles. The waves from the shore look fun and almost innocent as they crest and then crash over one another. The sun shining down on the water made it look like there were thousands of dancing diamonds placed upon the surface of the water. ...read more.

Middle

I look up and hear the screeching of the seagulls. I can taste the salt in the air and watch little rainbows glisten through the prisms of the oceans spray. The warm ocean water toward the shore is covered with foam and bubbles from the rumbling waves as children and their families play in the coarse tan coloured sand. I brace myself, and finally dive in. I feel the water all around me, passing through every inch of my body. ...read more.

Conclusion

I notice the sun beginning to fade away. The sun reflects off the water in brilliant colours of gold. The beads of sweat and water twinkle on my copper skin in the vanishing rays of light. To my surprise, I look out and see smooth grey humps with dorsal fins surface. What a beautiful sight. They are swimming around in front of me, playing in the surf. It is almost as if they are leading me to shore. The sunset looked like someone had painted it, with colours of orange and yellow, a paradise for the eyes. I stop for a moment, and look at it with such care. ...read more.

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