A World Of Words:
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Coming back from a long game of rainy netball, I run upstairs and my cow onesie glows like an angel in my spacious closet. Wearing that, I seize my beanie, grab my literature heaven and head to the kitchen to make myself a substantial cup of hot cocoa.
I jump onto the couch, happy to let myself free into the world of words, where a glorious land awaits me. As the hot chocolate is placed on the coffee table, the shimmery white and coal black blanket comes up and the dog ears are unfolded as my perfect Saturday begins. I am consumed into the volume, and I experience fairies, trolls, kings and queens firsthand. I’m nearly eaten alive, have the fear of getting captured and I also make new friends. I hope this fantasy never ends.
As I meet new people, the despairing reality hits me. I decide to spend my last moments in glee. I meet dragons and villains, and people like Peter Pan. This splendor is excellent and I don’t want to leave because going back to the Otherworld is harder than it seems.