A Memorable Experience: Love In The Rain

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It was raining again. I sat at the table and looked at the rain through the windows. The rain pounded on my windows, just liked beans dropping into the frying pan. Ten years ago, there was also a rain as heavy as today's, and it was the first time that I found the love from a person that I didn't know.It happened when I was in elementary school. When I studied in grade five, one day, my father bought a new red bicycle for me, and I was very happy at that time because I had never had my own bicycle before. Because of children's curiosity, I wanted to try it as soon as possible. At that time, there were lots of dark clouds in the sky, and the heavy rain would come soon, but I didn't notice that. I just jumped on the bicycle and rode it as fast as I could from my house.Five minutes later, it began to rain, and I rode faster than my normal speed because I was eager to go home. But it was too late, the rain quickly became very heavy, and I was wet all over, just liked a duck came from the water. When I rode to the intersection, I couldn't slow down, and I just slipped directly to the section. At that time, a car came towards me directly. Finally, it knocked me off. There were four people in the car, but none of them got off, and the driver just said, "Be careful next time!" Then they just drove away and left me alone. After that, I lay there and couldn't move myself, just liked a lump of wood, and I wasn't even aware of my anger or my wounds.Twenty minutes past, I was still under the same situation. I was almost unconscious, and I just felt like a piece of ice floating on the water. Then I saw a little white thing moving toward me, and it became bigger and bigger. It was not a white thing but was a young lady who wore a white coat. I couldn't see her face clearly because my sight was really foggy, and I just...

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