Does the question ask you to write what you see behind the door (inside, furniture etc.)?
Or does it ask you to write what you can see behind the door, as if behind the door is outside?
It’s up to you Bella and your interpretation of the prompt. 🙂
Through this hallow gates lays a forest of wonder and tranquility, where no body is there but you and your thoughts.
Great start, can you please add some more. I can’t wait to see what you come up with.
In this gate there also lays animals and life, you can choose to follow or to leave stay or to think…
It’s all up to you.
I like the idea you came up with. Remember though what we discussed on the last day of term 2? We talked about how responses to blog provocations needed to be at least 2 to 3 paragraphs. Keep going Keera, you have a wonderful imagination and I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Behind this door lies a path filled with nature, life & tranquility. There is no person here other than you.
The other side (as if you were looking inside) however contains a living room with a book shelf, couch & a fireplace made of rocks. There is alot of people here.
It’s up to you to chose which one you want to stay in.
I would choose the one with the fireplace! The weather has been too cold for my liking.
Walk through and you will see a world of YOUR imagination not somebody else’s. But you must never ever tell anybody what you see in the sacred forest because this is a sacred forest of your mind and curiosity not any body else’s.
Behind this door is a beautiful rain forest with lot of animals. The path will take you to a secret garden where lots of animals live there and they are harmless. You will discover lot of new creatures and learn a lot about nature. You will see animal’s houses, the sun will be shining. When it rains, the dead plants will grow faster at the heart of the forest there will be a crystal looking after the forest, if someone takes the crystal the whole forest will die.
Behind this door is a forest full of trees animals and one dirt path that leads to a mysterious place and no one has ever retuned.
On the other side is a little house with a little fire made out of wood and stone. There is no electricity or gas. You have to kill wild animals to survive hunger and starvation.
Through this door is a forest of your dreams with snow white bunnys, lush trees and ferns and a path that leads you to a house but will you choose to go in or stay out? There is a garden but not just any garden its a magic garden with berries that taste like jelly (because they are jelly 🙂 will you choose to stay in or walk away? It’s up to you
I see a rabbit and some trees…that all I see?
Through this door is a place of peace and tranquillity. Walk through the door of imagination and become entranced by the world of Zen.
No one can stop you deciding where to go, and what to see.
This is your world, your place, your mind.
Choose what lies beyond the path, or wait and see for a surprise.
Learn to see into yourself, who you are.
But to enjoy this wonderful land of peace and quiet, you must have a true imagination. A mind of truth and will too.
For this is a never ending journey.
It is your mind. It is your kingdom, you are the ruler.
Enjoy your stay while you can.
Stay and look at the flora and fauna. Stay and watch the lively wildlife.
Through this door was a place of peace and tranquillity. You walked through the door of imagination and became entranced by the world of Zen.
You decided where to go and what to see.
This was your world, your place, your mind.
You chose what lied beyond the path, but partly you wanted it to be a surprise.
You learnt to see into yourself, who you are.
And you had a true imagination, a mind of truth and will too. So you could enjoy this wonderful land of peace and quiet.
It was your mind, your kingdom. You were the ruler.
You entered the land of imagination.
Behind this door I find peace and quiet. You are by yourself. Birds are singing in a shady spot but it is a bit sunny too. There is a long dirt track that ends at a magical garden with yummy fruits.
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