Bridge to Terabithia :)

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Forest of Terabithia: the Queen of divine beauty, the entrance to heaven on Earth.
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Card 2
Below, trails a carpet of dense, lime-green coated stalks, torn apart by a continuous uneven, winding footpath. The ground: thick with fallen teak-brown branches, blooming lilac petals and crispy grass tickles the children's ankles as they fly down t
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Card 3
Excitedly, the girl stumbles over her elflike feet, yet composes herself by chuckling at her smoky grey palms; stained by the miniature pieces of grit, swepts up from yesterday's wind storm. A misty halo of over towering sapling light her way to the
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Card 4
Rustling leaves, crunch under the soles of her feet and the canopy of this leafy paradise fabricates a cooling hide away from the blazing sun. Slowing in her steps, the trickling water glistens past her toes, hiding in her hazel, strapless sandals, f
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Card 5
Look. Withered and moth eaten, a rope dangles in solitude from a strong, arching branch.
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Card 6
Because he is the bravest, clutching the rope and on the points of his toes, the boy lurches forward from the moist, overgrown moss. His body, like a balance scale, tilts and his feet flutter over eye level. Slits of radiant beams from the sky blind
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Card 7
Opaque, silky marshmallows cover the royal blue sky like freckles.
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Card 8
Skimming the river with his heels brings him back to reality; water explodes on his bare calves, trickling down like tears.
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Card 9
Handing the chord to the girl, menacing dark clouds appear overhead, pouring out a waterfall of rain. She grabs it and soars through the air, soaked from head to toe. SNAP. Turbulent, tought and tense, the current hurdles down the river, snatching h
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Card 10
Panicked, the boy throws out his small, trembling arms, attempting to form a barrage...it's not enough. Managing to unlace the damp, baby pink ribbon he screams the little girl's name over and over. Her face dissolved in the water, swallowed by the r
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Card 11
Wind tugs at the trees; the boys runs homes, scrunching the ribbon inbetween his numb fingers. Aching, his body clatters to the ground of rusty leaves whilst tears cascade down his tight face. In a ball he shield himself, engulfed and shrunken on the
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Card 12
The prisoner of despair and misery, the exit of life: Forest of Terabithia.
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Below, trails a carpet of dense, lime-green coated stalks, torn apart by a continuous uneven, winding footpath. The ground: thick with fallen teak-brown branches, blooming lilac petals and crispy grass tickles the children's ankles as they fly down t

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