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by Jason A water Cycle story
Once there was a water droplet named Nate. Nate was sleeping in the river by the forest.
Nate felt very hot. He woke up and he was floating in the air. He was evaporating he was heading toward a cloud. He tried to go to the river but he noticed he didn’t have arms.
He went into the cloud. Once he got in he noticed other water droplets there.
He waited then the cloud got heavy. Then they all fell out of the cloud.
They went down the hill and into the river. When he got in the river he went home.
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