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The Two Lost Water Droplets.

Zara and Zeno were two little sea droplets who loved to play together in the vast blue sea. They enjoyed swimming, jumping, diving, and sliding among the waves and the fishes. They were best friends and did everything together.

One day, while they were playing, they spotted a beautiful rainbow in the sky. They were so curious that they decided to take a closer look. They jumped as high as they could, but they couldn't reach the rainbow. They tried again and again, but it was no use.

As they fell back into the water, they realized they had drifted far away from the sea. They found themselves in a river, which was carrying them further away. They tried to swim back, but the current was too strong. They panicked and began to cry.

"Help, we're lost!" they cried out. "We want to go back to the sea!"

They looked for a way to escape, but all they could see were trees, rocks, and grass along the banks. They saw no other sea droplets, only freshwater droplets who looked at them strangely.

"Are you sea droplets?" asked the freshwater droplets. "What are you doing here?"

"We're lost," sobbed Zara and Zeno. "We wanted to see the rainbow, but now we can't find the sea anymore. Can you help us?"

The freshwater droplets shook their heads. "We don't know where the sea is. We were born here and have never seen anything else. You have to find your own way."

Zara and Zeno felt very alone and sad. They missed their home, their family, and their friends. They didn't want to play anymore; they just wanted to sleep.

They continued to follow the river, hoping they would eventually see the sea. They passed many places, some beautiful, some ugly, some dangerous, some peaceful. They met many other droplets, some friendly, some unfriendly, some helpful, some indifferent. But no one could tell them where the sea was.

They began to lose hope. They thought they would never return. They thought they would remain lost forever.

But one day, when they were almost giving up, they saw something glittering in the distance. It was a large, blue, shining surface glistening in the sun. It looked like the sea, but they dared not believe it.

"Is that the sea?" they asked each other. "Could it really be true?"

They swam as fast as they could, their hearts pounding with excitement. They got closer and closer until they could smell it, hear it, and feel it. It was the sea! They had found the sea!

They jumped with joy and hugged each other. They were so happy that they couldn't stop laughing. They were no longer lost; they were home!

They saw all their old friends and family, who welcomed them with open arms. They told them about their adventure, about the rainbow, the river, the places, and the droplets they had met. Everyone listened with admiration and amazement.

They were proud of themselves for being so brave and strong. They had learned a lot and seen a lot. But they also knew that there was no place like the sea. The sea was their home, and there they would always stay.

They played together again, just like before. They swam, jumped, dived, and slid among the waves and the fishes. They were best friends and did everything together.

And they lived happily ever after.