Write a story about village
The Village that Vanished by Ann GrifalconiYoung Abikanile and all of the villagers of Yao feel safe hidden deep within the African jungle. But word has come that the slavers are on their way! Abikanile looks to her mother and her grandmother for strength and guidance. These two brave women come up with a plan to fool the slavers and protect their tribe. But as the villagers retreat into the forest, Abikanile finds that she too has the courage to help her people stay safe and free.
THE STORY OF MY VILLAGE
I apologize for it being short, but I just could not write more. This jester was a blessing for our village. Who would have thought that this accursed tower would become so harmless? He even brought this emotionless monster to the slaughter house, literally. It asked, like it never did anything wrong, for meat and sausage.
Were it not for the journals and letters from the thirteen century, we would grasp very little of how those people felt or thought. More people are writing stories today than ever before, and these writings—whether memoir or fiction—published or self-published—will become the repository of our times. Stories reveal us, connect us, and inspire us. And-they leave a legacy. If we learn anything looking at the great writers of the past, we learn that they often appeared unprepossessing and unexceptional. Some of the most ordinary stories have had the most extraordinary impact.
Mahi would wake up every day and find her sister, Gita, entering the house with a few flowers. Gita would go to the temple by the sea every morning. Gita was just a fifteen-year-old girl but had to do everything on her own. This was because her mother was very ill and her father was a drunkard. The village Gita and her family lived in was called Bongaigaon which was on a sea bank. The place was a very beautiful one with only hills and small huts around with a calm sea by their footsteps. She had younger siblings: a brother, Gopal, who was 12 years old and a sister, Mahi, who was 9 years old.
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Maggie Moore Alexander. Chris and I live in the tiny little village of Binsted in the south of England known as the South Downs. There are about 30 houses on Binsted Lane, the single track road that makes a horseshoe off and back onto the main highway, along with several farms, a 12 th century church, and a pub. But when we came here in April of , I was introduced to the richest community experience I have ever known. There are a few families who have always been conscious that we need to stick together as a community.
Date published: Aug 17 Lisa Barlow. Beautiful scenes of nature, fresh air, hospitable people, and quiet life — all these things come to our mind when we think of the village. Here you can enjoy the natural way of life in full resting from the city bustle. There is almost nothing artificial in these quiet areas. Here you can use everything that nature can give you. There is something divine and mysterious in the village beauty. There is a satisfaction in the slower pace of days.