Water has no enemy
For the first time, I'm participating in the "A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words" competition.
I am excited as I carefully consider the image in an effort to draw thoughts from it. I don't know where to start, so I must have struck a nerve—or rather, several. As a result, I would be putting down all of my unprocessed ideas as I studied the picture.
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That picture immediately transported me back to my childhood, when life was much simpler. Those occasions when being in nature has a mesmerizing influence on me and make me grin.
There is nothing more delightful than having a swim in the river or getting a shower in the rain. And nothing can be compared to the aroma of the latter or freshwater filling my senses.
How does a birthday celebration link to the image?
Well, in my country, it is a rather frequent habit, especially in high school and college, to pour water on a celebrant. Perhaps the child in the middle of the photo was celebrating his birthday while the other children splashed water on him and yelled, "Happy birthday!"
Happiness lies within you
What causes individuals to smile? Money, food, or clothing?
You may have all the worldly possessions in the world and yet not be as happy as those kids in the photo because happiness isn't materialistic.
Those youngsters may have come from homes where they don't have much to eat or much clothing. However, they have discovered contentment and happiness in both nature and themselves.
Water has no enemy
In my nation, the afrobeat great Fela Kuti's song "Water no get enemy" popularized the saying "Water has no enemy." Nothing is more essential to man than water, second only to the air we breathe. While humans can go for weeks without food, we can only go for three to four days without water.
Life is seen as being dependent on water in order to exist. No matter the fear you may have of water or the unhappy encounter you may have had with it—be it a tsunami, floods, typhoon, or anything else—this cannot make you hate water, at least not among the living.
Nothing can replace water since it is a part of nature and the natural world. Nothing compares to water, and the kids are having a good time in it.
That is all I have to say about the image; forgive me if I couldn't come up with a tale or a poem based on it. I hope what I have written still complies with the contest's guidelines. I would create a more engaging article for the following contest