A Miraculous Day, by Maria Tonu
The teacher tried to open students' minds about the role of adverbs. Delia’s attention was running away. She sank into a world without people. She started to write. Delia saw the teacher was looking at her, then approached and read what Delia wrote on her copybook. He didn’t scold her for writing on the notebook, or not paying attention to the lesson. He got up on his fingertips and tiptoeing; he went to the blackboard. The teacher let the child to write, left her in that miracle that became the meaning of her life. Was a miraculous day for both.
13/6/2020 01:45:30 am
Creative writing is the meaning of life for so many of us. Well written.
13/6/2020 03:32:07 am
Thank you Sue Clayton!
Paritosh Chandra Dugar
13/6/2020 10:01:44 am
One of the major aims of education should be to spur the child's creativity. The story very beautifully points to this. Well done, Maria.
13/6/2020 01:34:33 pm
Paritosh Chandra Dugar, Your message prolongs that miraculous day. Thank you very much.
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