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  • Refreshing Breeze Passes Through Every Branch
    365 words
    The warm rays of the setting sun break through the dark midnight clouds. It's rays scatter like children playing with the waters gleam casting amusing sparkles onto the sleeping eyes of the sea. The glistening blue waves huddle the warm wooden hull of the majestic ships. The white specks of foam appear from the depths of the ocean blue drift along sides the wake created by these behemoths of the waters. The white silk sails pull the majestic ark homebound. The gentle breeze of the warm easterly ...
  • Bruce And The Cheetah And Bruce
    618 words
    This story begins in the dark and scary Jungle, with a man named Bruce. He had a scary face with a metal plat covering it. Since his face was scared all the man did was, eat, sleep and chase the fastest cheetah in the world. One day, Bruce had a nice plan for him to catch the cheetah. The plan was, for Bruce to hide in a tall and wide tree and jump on the cheetah. Usually the Cheetah has the upper hand, he always knows where Bruce is, but this time the Cheetah did not know were Bruce was hiding....
  • Wild Branches From The Mother Tree
    1,789 words
    Branching Across the Continents According to the prophet Joseph Fielding Smith, "The parable of Zenos, recorded by Jacob in chapter five in his book, is one of the greatest parables ever recorded" (Smith 4: 141). In language that rivals the best literature, Zenos' allegory of the olive tree powerfully conveys the history of the house of Israel over a time span of thousands of years using symbolism that no man could have written. In addition to containing the historical value of the scattering an...
  • Tree Of Life A Descriptive Essay
    657 words
    Tree Of Life A sixty-five year-old apple tree is growing in my front yard. It stands perfectly centered in between my house, and my detached two-car garage. The base of its trunk leaves the ground at a slight angle, giving the impression that it's leaning forward. The surrounding ground is un-even and bumpy with roots weaving in and out of the earth, as if they are seeking a breath of fresh air. Unlike the rough and deeply grooved surface usually associated with trees; my tree's bark is smoother...
  • Left Side Of His Face
    4,550 words
    As the unfriendly, ice-cold wind travelled precipitously over the neglected heath, I made my first brave step towards the enormous entrance leading into the settlement of those abandoned souls. While I continued at a steady pace towards the screeching, corroded gateway I felt the irregular and jagged rocks as they were slowing me from reaching up to the gate. The closer I seemed to get towards the overpowering, fully grown gateway the darker the area became with the stealthily moving shadows. Wh...
  • Africa Western Low Land Gorilla The Western
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    Los Angeles Zoo OBJECTIVE The purpose of this observation was to study the activities and behavior of some selected primates, and to discuss the differences and similarities of these primates. It would have been ideal to examine three primates from each continent, but at the Los Angeles Zoo, the primates there only represented Africa, South America and what the Los Angeles zoo calls "Eurasia". For this study I observed three different primates from Africa, two primates from South America, and tw...
  • Appearance Of Birch Trees
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    After reading this poem, I believe that it can be divided into three specific parts. The scientific explanation for the appearance of birches, Frost's boyhood fantasy about their appearance, and his present day interpretation of their appearance. In the first section, Frost explains the birches appearances scientifically. He imply's that natural phenomenons make the branches of the birch trees sway. He explains that ice storms, which is a characteristic of New England weather, can accumulate on ...
  • Construction Of Tree Houses
    811 words
    Rotting boards hanging from the branches a tree or the remains of someone's abandoned tree house, cause an instant flash back to childhood. These creations of wood and nails can capture the imagination of the child that resides in everyone, and they have never ceased to appeal to young children. Tree houses offer an important outlet for thousands of people around the world. Construction of tree houses should be encouraged as an artistic learning opportunity for both children and adults alike. An...

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