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Wind
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Wind
Writer: Ursula Nafula
Illustration: Marion Drew
African Storybook Initiative, 2015
Wind
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The wind roars.
It roars past our home.
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The wind is powerful.
It tears my kite from my hand.
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I run after my kite.
The wind blows me away from the kite!
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The wind becomes a tornado.
It carries my kite higher| and higher.
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The tornado swallows me up!
I see nothing,| I touch nothing.
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Where is my kite now?
Perhaps it is caught in a tree.
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Perhaps my kite is still flying in the sky.
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The wind finally dies down.
I am still spinning.
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When I stop spinning| I look around.
Where did the wind go?
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I cannot see my kite anywhere.
I cannot hear the wind anymore.
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Perhaps tomorrow| I will find my kite.
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Now,| I must go home,|| before the wind starts to roar again.
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Wind.
Writer: Ursula Nafula.
Illustration: Marion Drew.
Adapted By: Ursula Nafula.
Audio: Tricia Gibney-Glass
VT Software: AJR, NJA, TLG.
African Storybook Initiative, 2015.
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