Monday, August 13, 2012

Olympics Torch Description

The Olympic torch is lit in every game of the Olympics. It still stays lit even when the rain and the winds comes.

The Olympic torch looks bright and it is made out of copper petals which are light to carry. It feels hot and it will burn you if you touch it. It also smells flammable and it burn really badly if you are not careful.

The Olympic torch is seen in the stadium so people will know if it is lit or not lit. The olympics happens in every four years.

The olympic flame is used to show people that the Olympics has begun. When it is put out we know that the Olympics are over for another four years. Every country came into the stadium with a petal for the torch and they put them together to make the torch.

The Olympic torch symbolizes when the olympics is on and when the Olympics torch is blown out then the Olympics is finished

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