I am a little tadpole.
It has gone through the process from an egg to a tadpole. I don't know how many dangers there are: fear of human destruction, fear of snake devouring Finally, I came to the world as I wish.
My heart is hot and excited. Water - my happy home. I am free to swim around in the water. Among the stone cracks, under the water grass and even in the stone snail hole are my paradise. My family is very big. There are many members in my family. My brothers, sisters, parents and I are living happily.
Every day, I and other tadpoles swim in groups on the shore, looking at the blue sky and the scale of white clouds, and fantasizing about growing up quickly, and going out of the water to see the earth. I wait, I wait.
However, the good times are not long, our home water is decreasing day by day, the water and grass seem to occupy our territory, and our activity space is decreasing day by day.
We don't know what happened when we were young. We only know how to play and play all day long. The water is still falling and falling
Finally, that terrible day came. The noon sun is very hot. The hot sun is baking us, and my back is suffering. I want to go back to the water. I want to go back to the cold water. But now I am suffering a lot. I try to swim to the turbid shallow water. But the muddy mud made me struggle.
As time passed, the sun became more and more poisonous. I told myself, I can't give up, absolutely can't. I haven't really seen the world, I haven't seen the earth, I can't die before I become a frog
My back is so bad that it feels like a needle. I'm trying, fighting, racing with time
Unconsciously, I climbed to the shallow water ditch. I jumped with all my strength. Although there was little water here, I succeeded at last. I cheered, though no one would hear me or share my success.
The good scenery appeared again. In the evening, it suddenly rained heavily. I enjoyed the comfort brought by the rain and enjoyed my own happiness.
Now, the water is full again. I am free to swim in the water again, and play in the stone crevices, under the water and grass, and in the snail hole again.
I am a tadpole, a happy and happy tadpole.