The Importance Of Elephants In Life

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From then on, whenever I meet some difficult thing, I always think of that moment: glaring light, into the tent of the cold wind blowing and the painful thoughts - I don 't think I can do it, it 's too late, then I will think of my father 's voice and the little push, and the captain 's words: "I know there is a girl who wants to ride like." Everyone, when he is young, should strive to achieve a dream, it will make him a belief in the future life, a belief in life outlook. This should be a great and important dream that you think is impossible to achieve. For example, when the main character is in a school play, or one person eats a whole birthday cake by himself. And my dream is to ride elephants. During the great depression, our town only…show more content…
It is extremely difficult for me to watch the elephant. But I love elephants. Elephants, in my opinion, seems to be the largest and the kindest animal, it seems to be a natural enlightenment, that is: the best things in the world do not always take the form of small and exquisite. That 's what I need to believe in, because I 'm not just a small one. It seems incredible to sit on an elephant 's back, and it must be beautiful to see the world from that height, and I will be beautiful. At the age of nine, I still remember things like riding a…show more content…
One fall evening, I saw the circus poster on my way home from school. In the past, when the circus came to town, we always wanted to see it. But this year, I 'm not sure. I can 't imagine my grandmother sitting on the canvas of a tattered tent down the street. At dusk, standing at the face of the clown, the lady in the tutu and the elephant in the nose, suddenly I felt I had never been alone. There are two shows on Saturday. That afternoon, I sat on the swing between walnut trees reading, efforts to restrain themselves not to think about the circus in the street, not to think of elephants, not to think about the time gone, at that time, father, mother and I to go to the magic of tents. However, at five o 'clock, my father 's car stopped at home, I ran to him, "hey, baby," he said, "I heard that the circus in town, I think I could convince you to see the show." He took an afternoon off and drove sixty miles to pick me up. Set a tent on the edge of town, the audience even less than half, the wind blew in and stand in the central small audience his hands in his pockets, but we who also don 't care about
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