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By Arhav - Grade 4
One scintillating morning, the ball of fire shone as brightly as a yellow sapphire cheering up gloomy mother nature. The sun shone brightly through my window and I got up in a flash. I looked at my clock and saw that it was already half past eight and my school commenced at nine sharp. I got ready at the drop of the hat and left for school immediately. When I was sprinting as fast a a hare towards my beloved school, it started raining cats and dogs. Even though I dashed like a horse, I was fully drenched till I reached school. I entered the classroom at sharp nine. It had just slipped my mind that there was a test. I was down in the dumps as I would get extremely horrible marks and my parents who are the apple of my eye would reprimand me. I was as fortunate as a lottery winner as it was a math test. Math was my favourite subject. I rapidly finished my assessment and went home as it was a half day. When I was walking as slowly as a tortoise towards my beloved abode, I spotted a lad who had his head in the clouds . He was walking on the road and a car which was as huge as an elephant was moving swiftly and was gaining speed rapidly. It was rushing towards the lad. Its honking resonated everywhere . I sprinted across the street and pushed the boy off the road . The car passed by and both me and the lad were saved. He immediately embraced me and thanked me for saving his life. I was badly wounded. My true blue friend’s father called my parents right away. My parents arrived and after I narrated the whole story to them, they quickly took me to the doctor. The doctor prescribed me some medicines which I took regularly. Time flew like a bird and I was as fit as a fiddle.
My parents were as proud as peacocks and thanked me for being benevolent to others.