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It glistened in my eyes

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Introduction

ENGLISH COURSEWORK ORIGINAL WRITING As the morning sun rises above the horizon. It glistened in my eyes, while i try to observe the wooded areas around the lake. While I walked down the pebble-stoned pathway towards the glistening waters edge, gunshots followed by a barking dog are echoed in the far distance. Suddenly a small paddling of ducks made their approach disturbing the tranquil glass like water , surfing on their web like feet, scouring the water for food. ...read more.

Middle

Meeting the lakeside I stopped for a glance at the far side of the lake squinting from the blinding suns reflection. A fisherman struggles around a meandering bend with his tackle trying to find the best place to fish, he finally picks his position and begins to unpacknext to a withered half sunken tree, he surveys the aren vigorously rubbing his hands together as the morning air is chilled. ...read more.

Conclusion

The ducks take off in flight and dissapear into the half light sky. As the wind picks up and blows into a roar making tres rustle, i feelthe chill of the night. Fish are surfacing the clear water and trying to devour gnats that hover in groups above the water. Taking a last look at the golden sun on the horizon as it dissapears completely and, the clouds are the only ones left to gaze upon the lake, I remember the calm and peacful day. ...read more.

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