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I remember one day I came to the field with my good friend We packed apicnic complete with apple juice pouches carrots and peanut butterand jelly sandwiches As we licked the jelly off of our sticky fingerswe looked at the sky together I saw a stampede of wildebeests rushingtoward me I quickly grabbed my friend and pointed at the small fawnthat was about to be crushed by the ruthless stampede However she didnot see it It is right there Do you see it It is laying rightthere She seemed puzzled She did not see a stampede nor the frailfawn that was about to be trampled She saw clouds She saw white puffsin the sky that gently floated around and around How could she not seethe horrible event that was about to take place How could she not seeanything but white clouds in a plain blue sky I shifted my gaze andshowed her another exhilarating scene I pointed at the giganticspaceship that was about the lift off into the dark space The planetsthat orbited in the sky and the shooting stars that exploded She stillcould not see anything They are just clouds she said I sat up Iwas not sure how she could not see what I was seeing The shapes wereright in front of her Later on a sweltering August day the bright sunlight beamed through mybedroom curtains and the light danced upon my sleepy eyelids I threwthe covers off of my body because the heat from the sun had alreadyprovided a warm blanket I shuffled in my bed and eventually sat up Myeyes squinted as I drew my curtains open The window overlooked a largeopen field The field was my favorite place to be in the summer It wasa thinking place a place for having big adventures without even movingI looked up at the brilliant blue sky that hung over everythingSuddenly my room went dark and I felt a cool rush spread through myroom
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