the tree Essay

Submitted By mimihrek
Words: 1333
Pages: 6

A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.
A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was not an option; as for the river’s ripple, how no rubbish will enter and how no frog will depart. A chipmunk clambered onto the still hand of the young boy, only to ransack his first acorn. The boy and his father were fortunate to be the few that survived hurricane sandy unlike his mother, sister and friends. In the forest, only lie them and other surviving trees.A young boy and his father were at the park; staring at the river. It seems they’re to be stuck this way- forever. From yesterday, the day before, today and tomorrow, blinking was…