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The Two Sides Of Bad Weather

Near the end of October, a gelid wind blew and froze the corollas of the dainty daisies; it came as a surprise, sad was the face of Matthew, no baseball in the field that echoed with screams! Arthur, the coach, who used to chew gum and eat chips sat inside his office checking out the unpredictable weather, nothing promised a break in the clouds, so he bit his lips; Lydia's eyes were sad and teary, she was the cheerleader! The young players decided to play basketball in the Gymnasium, they didn't really miss the baseball game as much as Tim did who sat in a remote corner and seemed to experience Librium; a bunch of kids rushed in not sure for which team they would bid! As winter bent trees and stripped flowers from all gardens, inside everybody was having fun cheering for their team; all the doors were locked and a stranded dog emitted barks, Cindy came out and let him in as he huffed at Joachim!

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