Mu Mu breeze

The sky slowly pulled up the curtain, and a black bird back to the nest rushed over his head. The light and shadow falling on the water were crumpled by the wind, shaking people’s eyes. I stopped walking on a soothing slope. The grass beside my feet grew thick and fluffy, showing a smile on my face. Sit down gently, as soft as a sofa, with the palm pressing on the grass tip, crisp, warm and full of texture. An eight or nine-year-old boy lay beside me with his hands resting on the back of his head, looking at the sky affectionately, stretching his body and feeling full of comfort. There was a pool of clear water in front of me. I looked at the sparkling pool, and it also looked at me brightly. We looked at each other crazily, silent to each other. A breeze came from the foot of the mountain, behaving gracefully, as if wearing a long dress, with floating feet, elegant and affectionate. I saw the breeze passing through the fields, through the pine forest, across the lake and coming to me. The breeze blows through the skin, just like a woman’s hand gently stroking, faintly hearing the soft voice: the breeze is like a song! I like the breeze, spring rain and so on. Recently, I like walking along the river, which is the return of the soul and the longing for nature. Whenever the soft light of sunset slanted into the balcony, I stopped all the things to be done, pulled my daughter, pushed my wife, and went out to walk along the river. When I went out of the community and saw the continuous green mountains, the ravines of my heart were filled up. We walked on a pavement made of floor tiles. The dense shade of the incense tree blocked the running night wind, and the branches and leaves shook their heads as if they were drunk. I walked in front, my daughter and wife laughed and murmured behind me, and became a happy twilight song with the birds singing in the branches. Walking out of the shady path of the fragrant trees, I looked up at the western sky, and the tight heart was pulled away at once, and an open artistic conception rushed to me directly. I jumped up and wanted to embrace the sky! God, it’s really big! After saying that, I laughed at my naivety in my heart. My daughter stopped and looked at the sky and said, “Yes, it’s really big! I felt sad inexplicably, and my daughter hadn’t looked at the sky for a long time! At this time, there was not a trace of blue in the sky. The dim Western Sky was covered with dust, and several idle clouds were stagnant. They were too lazy to twist their bodies. My daughter jumped while saying: there are fish scales in the sky, so you don’t have to turn over when you bask in the valley. Dad, what is a common saying? As the saying goes, it is widely spread among the masses. Generally, it is a convention that I talk endlessly. You are in class again! Wife snapped. I’m sorry, and quickly crossed the road with my head covered. On the Baihua Bridge, a river of clear water dripped quietly under the bridge. I threw a cavity of dust into the center of the river and let it drift with the waves. On the Baihua Bridge, people came and drove, and a panic sparrow flew down from the lamppost, I want to stop on the willow branches along the river. Suddenly, the sparrow changed its direction and flew towards the opposite Billboard. Due to the low end and the hasty flight, he almost crashed into a galloping red car. At this moment, a little gray dog groaning in pain ran into my mind. That night, when my daughter and I were walking on Fengle Bridge, a little greydog suddenly ran to us, raised his head and looked at us curiously, with excited and lovely eyes. The little greydog heard several barking on the opposite construction site, so he ran across the road to find his companions. The owner called Here. The little greydog looked at the construction site and the owner, hesitating. He trotted a few steps and walked onto the bridge deck in panic. At this time, the traffic was fast, and the light like a pillar shone on the face of the little greydog. I was scared. The little greydog was in a very dangerous situation. Just in my flash of thought, I heard bang! The little greydog was hit by a car and flew by the roadside. After several deep whining, the little greydog lay there without any sound. I couldn’t help feeling pity. Not only me, birds, little greydog, but also all lived in Panic! I came back to my mind and trotted all the way to catch up with my wife and daughter. There was a stream of people in the square. The Fountain jumped out from the bottom of the slate and rushed up as if it was suffocated. The light is like the day, and the music pavilion is full of melodious songs. Adults may stroll, sit down, or gather together, and children may play endlessly. At this time, I sat down on a slope. The breeze came and the light twisted my waist on the water. At this time, I remembered the end of the article “live your life as a part-time job”: Please slow down your steps, take a rest as much as possible, and enjoy the happiness in the sun. Sitting in the breeze, I whispered softly in my heart: Live in the present and enjoy the breeze! Like (prose editor: Ke Er) the snow in spring Spring elimination snow, multi-the yao nian, unspoken. Reading from afar, it is just above that snowfield. The snow is really beautiful, after all it is spring… Waiting Waiting is a kind of persistence, sticking to a certain belief and never giving up. 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