A Rain drop As I fell through the air and the clouds, the air is very warm. I knew that I would eventually hit the ice cold water. I was right. The water stung me like a bee. I froze and just let the swiftly flowing current carry me. I slowly got used to the ice cold water. I met a fish that was quite nice and a pile of weeds that didn't talk to me at all. I ran into three dead fish and some rotten food that had been thrown to the ducks and birds. One camper stepped on me, and two more just missed. As I reached the river the small stream I remember got quite fast. I slowed down a little bit on the Golf of Mexico, and the water was over 100 times warmer.
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TRIP
Boom! I'm finally free from that suffocating cloud. Plip Plop! Oh no now I'm going to the Mississippi River. Now were really moving! I thought falling from the cloud was fun , but moving in this river is like heaven. We have met many new things along the river like: fish, beavers, and turtles. I've heard interesting news about how hot the sun is getting. This means evaporation and I'm scared. I am very worried about this evaporation progress most of my friends and my family have evaporated easily I though am still trying to hang on. I've now been evaporated so I'm in a cloud getting ready for the next storm and the next evaporation. Boom! Plip plop! Well here I am again dropping, getting ready for the next evaporation process.
By Sara H
I'm a little raindrop falling from the sky. As I fall down from the sky I feel all wet inside. When I hit the stream I made a splash. As I got into the stream I encountered a turtle. I looked around me but all I saw was garbage in the water with me. As I got into the river I made an even bigger splash. In the river I only saw garbage, garbage, garbage. Down the river I flowed, went into the ocean, and made a huge splash. The water changed in the river because people were trying to clean it.
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