Read the entries to previous WriteStuff competitions.
As the soft strands of grass brushed against my legs, nothing could hurt me in my imaginary world. The blades were tall and full of life. Animals large and tiny used the lush green grass as a home, to hunt and to enjoy. I could feel the small nymphs gliding in circles around my feet joyfully.
In the distance I could see a sparkling blue waterfall. It’s taller than I could have ever imagined. As I moved closer, I could see a sweet little beach hidden away by the glamorous waterfall. The sand was trophy gold with shimmering, shiny, shells glistening in the sunlight.
As I slowly walked towards the hidden beach, a slow breeze caught my hair. I slowly walked down the meadow on the hill with the wind in my hair and a trail of beautiful fairies following me, as if I were their leader.
When I got to the golden sanded beach it felt like I was flying. The sand was so soft my feet melted into it with every step I took. At the bottom of the waterfall, the water crashed silently. The pool of water at the bottom was so clear you could see all the water nymphs swimming around happily. I could see all the vibrant colours in the water. The water nymphs glided through the water so elegantly.
As I looked around I spotted a cute little stream leading away from my secret beach. I followed it. It led to a cove at the edge of my imaginary world. In the distance I could see a pod of bottlenose dolphins springing out of the water like kangaroos.
As I watched the sunset over the sea I realized it was time for me to leave. So I left my imaginary world and returned to reality.
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