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He was always punctual at least for his own agenda Each evening Jim would run through the forest just for fun This summer night was no exception The night had grown dark but he was not worried for he knew the woods well He sped across an old beaten path and glided over rotten old fallen trees The damp air was wonderful he thought because he could run and never get too hot and if he kept running hed never get too cold This forest was made mostly of pine trees and the needles put a bounce in the young boys step and kept him cheerful At the clearing he stopped as he always did and rested upon a large rock and observed the inky-black sky This was his favorite spot his secret spot Stars shined far brighter here then they did in town and Jim always felt like he could stay forever He sighed and pulled his arms behind his head and stretched out his legs For some reason this night he was especially relaxed Either school letting out last week or just one of those giddy days he didnt know It is a wonderful day to be alive After looking into the sky for a few minutes he saw a falling star It shimmered for merely a moment and went out Then another came and another and after a dozen or so he sat up and beamed awed by the glowing sky It seemed that just above him there was a whole meteor shower purely for his delight They fell straight down and glowed longer then Jim had ever seen before Soon the whole clearing was shining a bright white like on Forth of July The dozens became hundreds until finally a large radiant circle seemed to be coming straight down above Jim He let out a sharp little scream of excitement and sprang from the rock twirling around and around
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