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Descriptive writing I rose today in a far away and exotic utopia where the sky was baby blue with fluffy white clouds, that seemed to be playing peek a boo with the yellow sun. There were majestic mountains, which seemed to touch the sky, and were painted in snow; every freshly fallen flake glistened like a beautiful diamond in daybreak. I felt a peaceful feeling overtaking me and my spirit seemed to soar from within me just like the eagles circling boldly over the mountain crest, each movement symbolising their strength, beauty and courage. I stood there quietly and stared at the wondrous mountains for what seemed like hours before making way to the nearby forest to discover what enchantments it held. ...read more.


The hypnotic rhythm of the stream was enough to get lost in. I found my thoughts drifting as I watched the twinkling crystals flow by. Glimpsing such perfection I began to dwell on the enigma that is life and released several sighs of confusion but also complete and utter bliss. Time quickly flew by, before my mind could register the fact that the once golden forest had now taken on a sombre air. I began to feel the wind lift my hair, caress my face, and whisper in my ear. The once loud and energetic birds had all grown silent, and the entire place felt deserted without their presence. ...read more.


I felt as though Dusk had breathed warm comfort into the air, engulfing the world in a comforting blanket and Holding darkness at bay for a few precious minutes. Gracefully the moon rose high into the velvety night blessing the world with its silver glimmer. The rain stopped gradually as I looked onward to what seemed like a never-ending pathway. This was empty apart from a couple on a small brown bench, the image of their embrace resembling a scene from a romantic movie. When I reached home, I felt a sudden urge to run back and lose myself in the forest just like a chameleon in camouflage. Nevertheless, I knew it was impossible, but I was comforted by the thought that the image of the wondrous forest and mountains was stamped in my mind, a reminder of my experience that certainly neither time nor age could erase. ...read more.

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