A day on a beach One day I went on my everyday walk along a small beach. It was a beautiful evening. A pleasant breeze was blowing from the sea and some fluffy clouds were slowly floating in the sky, towards the sinking sun.A day on a beach by Naeran
I couldn't resist the wish of cooling my feet in the water which was echoing all around me. I happily came closer to the edge and almost immediately felt the touch of incoming waves. I was happy. Not everyday I could stay there like I did that time. However, I knew that I couldn't spend my entire life sighing and standing in the water. Quite sad with that thought I went out of the sea and took the last look at the burning red orb which was trying to hide under the line of endless water.
Suddenly I felt something strange, like snakes rubbing on my legs. My body shivered almost immediately. In fact it was a really cold wind. I turned back to see what the source of this change was but I didn't expect what I saw...
I felt like in an other world. Anot
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