The miracle

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…and then the noise stopped as the snow came down gently and calmly.The farmer walked outside then as he glared at the broken Loseleaf windmills his tears welled up in his eyes. It was because the loseleaf  windmills, were some of the rarest ones to grow [some don’t even grow]. The farmer would’ve of  been rich and famous in Trakellville . He stayed inside and never went outside for three days. One of  the windows opened, it was next to him, it felt colder than usual. The farmer looked through the window. It was wonderful somehow there were more Windmills. It was a miracle, he was  delighted.

by safyaan H

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3 responses »

  1. Safyaan I think this is one of your best blogs so far on the 100 word challenge. Your opening sentence is very powerful and you describe the falling snow perfectly. I like your use of brackets and you have used commas effectively in your sentences. Very well done!

  2. Safyaan, you’ve written a very interesting and unique storyline from this week’s prompt. I like that the miracle is mysterious – exactly how miracles are!

    Mrs. Peterson (Team 100WC)
    TX, USA

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