muhudu werala sinhala essay
Our village has a beautiful beach. Since our village is located in the Western Province, the sun goes down by the sea.
Our beach is beautiful at sunset. The heavy coconut grove towards the sea marks the shoreline. The sand, washed away by the waves, glows copper.
Kids love to pick up shells and shells scattered across the sand. We play on the beach and build sand castles. Sometimes the creations we make fade into a wave at a glance.
When viewed from the shore, we see a very small floating ship or boat. Our father said that the horizon is the boundary between the sky and the sea.
Visit our shores to enjoy the roar of the waves, to play on the waves and to learn about the sea creatures.
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