Omar Fuentes 10/6/17 ELA Writing The Real Nightmare It’s here! The night we have all been waiting. It was going to be game 1 of the World Series. I was with my friends Joey and Jesse. Joey bought the pizza, Jesse got the drinks, and I got the candy. Just as soon as we were going to turn on the tv, the power went out. We started to wonder why because there wasn't lightning,wind, nor hot weather. Then Jesse saw something. He told me he saw something blue and red. There wasn't anything outside
Nightmare. Heart pounding, lungs screaming, feet aching. Jesse quickened her pace as she tried to run away as fast as she could. She couldn’t believe it, everyone’s gone, everyone’s dead. *** Jesse felt as if her head was splitting into two as she opened her eyes slowly, the dark forest in front of her. She didn’t know where she was, she was slumped back against a tree, the car nowhere in sight. “A-Allerie,” she cried out, “Allerie!” She cried out again, louder this time. She felt worry well up
read five words of pure freedom, “We’ll be back home later.” Not only would I be free to do what I wanted but also I would get away with it. That feeling of freedom was a kid’s best dream, but for me, I believe that type of power caused my worst nightmare.
read five words of pure freedom, “We’ll be back home later.” Not only would I be free to do what I wanted, but also able to get away with it. That feeling of freedom was a kid’s best dream, but for me I believe that type of power caused my worst nightmare.
reveals how a nightmare provoked the ending, he states how he woke up frightened yet at the same time relieved he’d finished the book. According to King all he had to do at this point was to take his dream and transfer it to paper. Without a doubt, King’s personal experiences can justify why he believes “dreams are a way that people’s minds illustrate the nature of their problems. Or maybe even illustrates the answer to their problem in symbolic language”. After reading Stephen King’s essay, it is easy
writing, and Angelou explores her concerns through descriptive writing with the analogy of a bird, they still are exploring the similar topic of perceived loss. The loss of freedom, demonstrated by the demand to uphold a family image, versus the caged bird, remain very similar in both pieces due to perceived entrapment, disappointment and self-nonentity. Descriptive essays leave room for misinterpretation and confusion, where as a narrative essay is straightforward and to the point. The loss of freedom
Compare and Contrast Essay of the Opening Scenes of Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride and The Nightmare Before Christmas This essay compares and contrasts the similarities and the different parts of the opening scenes of two movies of Tim Burton which are Corpse Bride and The Nightmare Before Christmas. The scenes will be explained in details through the gothic elements and his unique style. Here is an outline of the essay’s main sections; 1. Introduction • Information about Tim Burton and his unique style
has taught me a lot. When we first began to write our descriptive essay, my confidence level was sky high. I thought that my writing skills were fairly decent, and I was not worried about having too many mistakes. However, after seeing the grade that I made, my confidence level dropped ,and I was not so self-assured like before. With the help of my instructor, I was able to recognize my mistakes first off. The major problem in my descriptive piece was grammatical and mechanical errors such as subject/verb
Recently, my Composition I teacher assigned the class the task of composing a descriptive essay. This led me to the question, “what is a descriptive essay?” What topic could I possible write about for three whole pages? What have I done, seen, or experience that could fill these three long pages? My life thus far has been quite sheltered, so this has created quite the dilemma for me. Being that I am supposed to be descriptive, I feel the need to describe the stress that this has created for me. My physical
The horrific scenario was as if you are living your worst nightmare. The thick clouds covering the moon made it impossible for the light to penetrate through. This made the yard dark and gloomy as a graveyard. The transformation of the clouds from one shape to another made the night even scarier. The stone pathway