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In order to party that'Schreiben mit Stardust' is put on Kindle for free, I put an article on'Beschreiben einer Wiese'. A Level 5 article on'Describing a Meadow' will be published in a few workdays. Imagine a grassland with a wood on both sides. Through the center flows a dreamlike brook and the sky-storming hills rise in the back.
Well, now that you have the sequence, continue reading to determine which phrase you would choose to describe it. Rains: Raindrops of Rain: Raindrops of Rain: Tears of Rain: Dew Drop of Rain: Prenatal Drop of Rain: Once I came across a field that seemed to have come from the pages of a picture book.
Far-away hills had summits that seemed as horrible as the mouth of a witch. It' the only part of the lawn that somehow turned its back. Heaven over the meadows was a delight for the eye. There was a strip of strip of neon yellow running through the middle of the gras.
I heard the grassland sounds above the sounds of the water: the morning choir, humming mosquitoes and the whisper of the whisper. There was a few drops of dew on my mind. Soon, the clouds went by and let the gras and the soil softly damp like druid-smoking.
Someone threw pixie powder in the sky and a dark ceiling captured them. Someday I vowed to go back to this field, a slice of heaven gone. Sound: Bumblebees of the bees: the brass band playing of the trees: a winded sinfonia of birdsong: owls' cries at night: the tunk-thunk-thunk-thunk of the walnuts; creaky trees:
When there are deities, this field is their hiding place.
Screaming as they flash past moon-splashed tree and the roar of scared rodent rustling leaf. Mist coloured fairies are devoured by the dragon's breathing at dusk. There is a final price for bounties in the meadows. Glutinous and juicy odours of the tree, which shed their blood through the rind, remind us that it' s time to start work.