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The Memorizing Flower. It was a sweltering sizzling summers day as the enchanting gold disk in the sky shone its powerful rays towards the centre of the garden where two boys lay.

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Introduction

The Mesmerizing Flower It is said that the most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, cannot be heard but are felt in the heart. Our feelings of jealousy, of love, of hate, of happiness all can be felt. So what happens when something that should feel loving turns into something that is hated? What happens when good is up against evil? It was a sweltering sizzling summer's day as the enchanting gold disk in the sky shone its powerful rays towards the centre of the garden where two boys lay. They were still like statues. Anyone would have thought that they were playing dead! Bilal, aged nine slowly opened his eyes. The light beamed on his brown hazel nut eyes that gleamed with a sense of mischief within them. He was a slim boy with the potential of being a wise as an emperor and had the intellectual ability to learn the Quran off by heart. ...read more.

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Ten minutes later, mother had arrived outside the elegant, exquisite and enchanting building. The sun, smiling its most enthralling smile, gazed its most powerful rays against the dome of the Masjid. This Masjid represented good. The boys waved off to mother as mother waved back. Little did she know what the boys were going to be up to... Still like statues again, in Tamsworth Park. Once again, in the warmth of the ball of fire hovering in the sky. Bilal's and Saif's linen clothing was becoming blemished from the grass of the park as though evil was crawling into them. They should have been at mosque. They should have been learning the difference between right and wrong. The suns rays burnt the eyelids of Bilal and Saif. Could it be that the sun was becoming evil? Their eyes emerged into darkness... Unknown. Mystery. Fear. A dark figure could be seen in the torturous night sky of the daydream, he was embellished in black. ...read more.

Conclusion

It is interested in consumption. Consumption of all humans. Shocked, Bilal and Saif opened their eyes. A figure in black could be seen- disappearing in the horizon. They both looked at each other. What had happened? Did they both experience the same dream? Bilal turned to Saif and said, "Do you know about the flower?" Saif, shaking replied, "yes." They stood up, like statues. In the corner of both boys' eyes something could be seen. It attracted them like a pin to a magnet. Looking directly at it, it gave them a pleasurable feeling inside them. A feeling that could not be described. Mesmerized by it intense beauty. Bilals mischievous eyes drew to it. Saifs mysterious eyes were intrigued by it. Its charm was working like clogs in a clock. The boys were led. Led towards the eye of the flower. Its plan was working. It had its revenge. Could it be that power of evil has taken over? Can good overcome? They should have gone to mosque. They should have been learning the difference right and wrong! ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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