Five Card Story: Living in Nature

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High up in the mountains, lies a charming, little, laid back town right on the outskirts of a magical forest. It is a very small town laid deep within the mountains so not many people know about it. It’s a shame people don’t know about the forest because it yields the most romantic white flowers. These flowers are as white as clouds yet quite small in size. The gate to my house has become very unfortunate since it has rusted away giving the impression when people walk by that we are quite poor and unkept. Our house beyond the gate is very beautiful, made of stone and is just the right size. The tall metal gate was supposed to be a temporary fix, but my dad never got around to taking it down. It is now rusted and old but it gives our house character. Sadly it is hunting season in the woods surrounding our home so I have to be careful whilst walking in the woods. Signs are posted everywhere though reminding people that it is hunting season, so no one can ever forget. Last time I went into the woods, a mile or so into walking through the trees, I came across a small meadow. The meadow was enchanting, filled with lush, small green plants. These plants were almost like a hybrid between clovers and grass, so beautiful and vibrant. On the horizon of the tree line in the meadow, stands a tall evergreen tree. The tree is quite beautiful to look at, its dark green leaves contrasting against the blue sky. This is the magical place I call home, hope you enjoyed my story about it and maybe one day you will find this wonderful place and come visit.

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