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  As I was trotting on a path I suddenly realized that there was a waterfall right in front of me. The graceful, majestic waterfall was falling from up above. There were also tiny fish swimming in the water like tadpoles. I could smell the nice dew covered grass, and the yellow and orange flowers that had a gradient effect like a sunset. When I  went to feel the red, orange, and yellow leaves, they were as smooth as a book cover. Then suddenly I felt the glacial cold water splashing on my face like splashing cold lemonade on myself. The fresh cool breeze was also  cold on my face as I was looking at the sap covered trees. The sap covered leaves stuck on to my hands when I touched them.
I then heard chirping coming from a bird’s nest. It could have been a beautiful song or the bird talking. As I was heading toward the thundering waterfall I heard the dead leaves scrunch from under my feet just like a crunchy snack being squished. The mossy rocks smelled like a moist sponge. There was also a pond that was like a thawed ice skating rink. There were sap covered acorns that felt like sticky honey. As I made my way back home it seemed that the leaves were waving goodbye when the wind blew.
                                         -  Emily

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