Happy New Year!!

DING! DONG! DING! DONG! As Big Ben struck midnight, the first fantastic bang of the ten minute firework display was heard by the entire country! A kaleidoscope of bright colours filled the liquorice, black sky. Everyone knew that it was a new start for us all. People lucky enough to stand in front of the London eye and near Big Ben all held hands, swayed and sang a traditional song as sweet as angels. Looking around, you could see millions of smiles. Everybody was in a merry and jolly mood, with a huge, happy smile on their faces, wondering what the new year of 2013 would bring them…

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7 Responses
  1. NoahK says:

    It sounds like the fire works almost made it day time. Where I live we have fireworks launched in the harbor. You can see them miles around. I had a great new years other than getting the flu. What was your new years resolution.

    • Govind says:

      Thank you. Where you live it sounds quite amazing being able to see fireworks out your window and on the TV in London!!

  2. lucy r says:

    Well done govind here are two stars and a whish…
    * good use of punctuation like !…,
    * I like the bit ding dong ding dong at the start very good
    Whish: try to use a ly word at the start of a sentance

    • Mr Holder says:

      Hi Lucy – thank you for commenting on Govind’s work.
      Look really carefully at the word ‘whish’. There’s a letter in there you don’t need!

    • Govind says:

      Thank you for the comment Lucy! I will start to do your wish in my next piece of writing.

  3. Kathy @ Team 100WC says:

    Govind you did a fantastic job of writing! You pull the reader in right away with big bold words, and continue to keep interest with your use of some great adjectives to really color your story. I love the phrase, “liquorice, black sky” – very creative! Keep up the great work on the 100WC.

    • Govind says:

      Thank you Kathy. I’m glad that you like my writing, I will try and keep up to the standards!

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