“At length, with a wild desperation at heart, I quickly unclosed my eyes. My worst thoughts, then, were confirmed. The blackness of eternal night encompassed me. I struggled for breath. The intensity of the darkness seemed to oppress and stifle me” H.P.
Everyone then told their stories about how they got here and what their lives were like before. Then, the voice quickly explained that clouds can’t hold water for long and that we are about to fall from the sky. Screams ensued and before we knew it, we were hurtling toward the earth faster than a bullet. The Earth hurtled closer by the second. I braced myself and closed my eyes, not wanting to see what will come next.
A beast like man followed her with threatening footsteps. He grabbed her hair forcing her to make eye contact “YOU ARE USELESS”, he spat out, misting her face with saliva. Her red satin gown, slowly became darker and darker as the blood continued to soak it. She spoke out with defiant whisper “Maybe I am not the problem”. He fiercely whipped his hand back and smacked her with all his might, leaving an intimidating red mark.
He lived on the farm with the fellow, but Old Ben (the snake) disappeared, unknown at the end of the story. The second story is "A Glow in the Dark". It was quite an unnerving narrative; however, it had an amusing end. The story was set in harsh, cold lands, and the narrator was dog-sledding when he came across a particular beam of light. This light reminded him of ghosts.
It’s 7:00 in the morning but the sky is still so dark as if it’s still midnight. However, I can’t find a single star in the sky. I looked at my shaking body and slightly laughed sarcastically as white mist came out of my mouth. “3 years of experience in Utah and can’t even stand this temperature?” I spoke to myself. I examined the environment.
Therefore, he must be extremely scared about the crow. Also, “Kingshaw broke into a run.” the unusual word, or the ambitious vocabulary, is broke the word means to change suddenly therefore, Kingshaw suddenly started running, as if he’s fearing the crow might come soon. So this shows his fear, as he starts running away from the crow because he’s scared, Hill manages to use ambitious vocabulary to create
--nervous --very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?” (Oates & Ed, 1992). The narration starts with the word ‘TRUE’ fully capitalized and after that there is an odd exclamation mark. The narrator immediately seeks the attention of his
He describes Mary screaming, “ as though infected,” while the girls cower, “as though” they had been cursed. (118) These similes paint a detailed picture of the scene, intensifying the craziness and depicting the mass hysteria in the courtroom. Mary, due to Miller’s directing, embodies the sense of fear driving the panic of the scene. She sustains the wildness of all previous allegations through her exclamation that John Proctor is, “the Devil’s man.”(118) Miller uses Mary’s accusation to add drama, as well as a new dimension of suspicion, to the situation. All of these powerful emotions combine to reach a point of utter hysteria.
I’m running through the woods, it’s dark, the moon is full and high in the sky, I assume it’s around midnight, it’s raining hard, I run faster not daring to stop or look back fearing that he found out that I’m gone and running after me, this thought only encourages me to run faster. I see lights up ahead, maybe it’s someone who can help me, that thought made me become frantic, not paying attention anymore until I hit my head on a low branch, knocking me out instantly. When I awoke I looked around the room slowly careful of my head and body, I was in what seemed to be a man 's bedroom with black and blue walls, black and blue bedspread, a leather couch and chair, and pictures on the dresser of a boy and girl, probably brother and sister, from what I could see the boy had bleached white hair and the girl had blue and green hair. I looked to my side to see a note, three glasses of
It had me hanging off the edge of my seat the whole time, eager to find out what would happen next. The Sound Sirens starts off brutally. A bomb had dropped on Himmel Street and the Hubermanns were desperately running for safety. Heartbreakingly, they had no choice but to leave Max, uncertain if he would be safe or not. They eventually all gathered up, full of fear, in the basement of Fiedlers.
The far wall began to fall from the force of the horde. I knew if I stood there any longer, I would soon join the ranks of the undead. I ran toward the edge of the set and leaped. My fingers met the cold steel of the batten. Reaching my arm out, I grabbed onto the edge of the catwalk and pulled myself to safety.
It’s too dark to tell what could be at the bottom, or for how long it goes down. I look around to see Alex, but he is nowhere to be seen. Scanning the basement, I see beg dirt piles, like there were more holes before. I lean over to get a closer look, but feel the presence of something behind me. I turn around only for my face to be illuminated by an oncoming truck.
With each sway, I could see farther and farther beyond the buildings. Stomach fluttering, I squeezed my eyes shut, and tried to inhale and forget about my stomach leaving the atmosphere. Screams encompassed me, coming in from all directions. Prying my eyes open, before me laid out an endless ocean of boisterous waves. Bracing myself for the drop, a scream escaped my mouth as we swooped towards the ground.
Its ever-changing walls, numerous dead ends and unspeakable horrors were starting to irritate me. But just a bit. Every now and then, the walls would rumble and quake at the might of an otherworldly roar; prompting me to tremble like a little girl in my pathetic excuse I call shoes. The Elders had sent me- no, thrown me into this hellhole, jabbering on and on about how this is teach me a lesson, that I never listen to instructions and this was the last