Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

The Under Sea Forest

By Ruvarashe Manyanga, year 6, Notre Dame School

Deep under the sea. An unknown forest stays at the bottom of the sea. The waterfall gushes down as the dolphins dive into the flowing stream.Leaves flutter like emerald ribbons. As they fly over the blossoming flowers they sway side to side.The fragrance of the flowers will intoxicate you in seconds. The tall trees stood firm on the lush green grass. The trees were like a crowd of vivid green umbrellas.These trees hid many secrets,secrets that no one knew about secrets that you did not want to know about. As the breeze whistled a soothing melody.All the animals came out from the glistening blue sea, -jellyfish, octopus, seahorse, squid, starfish and many more.

As the night comes and sun sets the twinkling stars shine upon the flowing stream but the magic doesn't stop there. At midnight the shimmering navy blue sky is shined on by the dying moonlight.

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