Tomomi Mochizuki

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  • Descriptive Essay About A Nightmare

    1485 Words  | 6 Pages

    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

  • Narrative Essay About Going To The Beach

    866 Words  | 4 Pages

    It was finally summer vacation and my family and I decided to go to the beach as soon as the last day of school ended. While I sat in my seat in class, the anticipation of going to the beach kept me from concentrating, all I saw was the teacher's familiar mouth formations, speaking to the class about some Post World War Two battle involving a conspiracy about Hitler and the Nazi regime in the classroom. I sat there, in the tan metal chair attached to the wooden desk next to the wall, waiting. Time

  • A Short Story : A Story?

    1485 Words  | 6 Pages

    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 inside her

  • Narrative Essay On The Unknown Refugees

    1075 Words  | 5 Pages

    The Unknown refugees June 29th of 2017 The starless sky was casket-black and brooding. Even the clouds seemed morose. Gelid hands clasped algid steel as we gazed upon our foe. The cold north wind keened and mewled through both the valley and the soules of our men. The clouds cleared as their spears glimmered cruelly under the eerie moon. Its phantom flame sent ribbons of chrysalis- silver light spilling onto the upraised shields of our men. The monsters swarmed and swayed below us like corn

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