The Waterfall

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a descriptive piece based on the cover of the book. When writing this, I figured that the picture somewhat resembled a bedroom. Firstly, because our bedroom is our natural home and everything in this picture is nature. Secondly, because all of the natural objects and features in the picture all symbolise something we have in our rooms. Curtains, a wall, maybe posters, a bed, etc.

Submitted: April 07, 2020

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Staring deeply towards it, my face gasped in amazement and amusement. It was outstanding how mythical this seemed, as if I was dreaming. The water although flowing constantly, looked still and silenced. It looked like a curtain hanging down from the rocky wall. This wet curtain was open and the entire room shone brightly with the sun's light. The rocky wall was covered in different types of moss and algae. It reminded me of all the posters on mine. There was a neatly laid out bed of grass which was slightly touching the clear water floor. The grass bed was pushed up against the mountain wall as it peeked high into the clouds. The clouds that were drifting calmly and slowly towards me. They were a subtle indicator that time was still moving and eventually this situation would end. Some trees were staring in my direction in the background. They were dark green and there were about eight of them. I was unable to tell whether this mini forest was staring at me or admiring the scenery of the falling water. It could be either. Me because I'm a stranger in a place I've never been before no matter how comfortable I feel and a place that is obviously very isolated. The waterfall because of the mystery and beauty it holds. It was unnatural how natural this place was.


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