He quickly wrote down a letter of help and handed it to Alexander, who was now talking with a messenger from Rome. “Don’t worry, it is just another tremor!” cried Abraham “Are you sure Pater?” stammered Abia, now hugging himself in the corner, praying that he would live.
In a spring day, Thoreau argues that “the sand begins to flow down the slopes like lava, sometimes bursting out through the snow and overflowing it where no sand was to be seen before” (353). The sand takes the form, it reminds “of coral, of leopards’ paw, or of bird’ feet, of brains or lungs or bowels, and excrements of all kind” (353); and he said that he is “near the vitals of the globe” (354). That is, Thoreau considers that the flowing of the sand is the visceral organ of the earth. This fact tells him that “Nature has some bowels, and there again is mother of humanity” (356). Then, all movement of the sand or the streams remind us of pregnancy and the movement of the fetus.
The Colossus’ eyes widens in shock as he suddenly moves at a quick pace towards the very edge of the realm. His eyes grow in horror as an elemental river suddenly changes it course. The magnificent rainbow of colours unceremoniously crashes into the golden barrier surrounding the Colossus, leaving him in a state of stupor. The pushing force grew and the Colossus’ speed increases exponentially.
I sprinted across the rocky sand, serrated shells cutting my exposed feet, tiny rivers of blood trickling down my bare feet and off onto the stupid sand. The sun was beating down, sending powerful rays of light onto my burnt, evident back, the sweat glistening as it droped of me, my shorts clinging to my body from the sticky sweat, my heart beating rapidly, long hair housing my eyes and me huffing and puffing like I was the big bad wolf blowing down the worthless pigs house’s. I could see the end of the polluted beach, rubbish ran past from the strong gusts of painful wind. The choppy waves were crashing down, sending white foam everywhere. The vigorous current pulled the rubbish out to deep sea where the pirate ships use to sail and there
All I hear is the crowd roaring. And all the sudden i’m hit out of bounds for a gain of 48 yards. Half time hits as the score is Dallas 28 and Patriots 34. Coach starts talking about the game and how we need to make a comeback, but all I can think about is the expression on the defender's face. The anger and tense on his face was unbelievable.
Run!’ I was roughly one hundred and fifty feet from the top of the hill, and the fire got there in ten or twelve seconds. I made it over the top and just tumbled and rolled down the other side, and when I turned around, there was just this incredible wall of flame. '” The detail about the distance between the survivor and the flames and the speed the flames are
As he was trying to try to freeze the ocean, the sun stood in its way. The hottest, scorching star that shone from the thermosphere of the universe, started melting Chillmaw’s masterpiece little by little. Driven by the blazing rays of the sun, Chillmaw flew to the center of the star, pulling back to release the most powerful hydroblast he’s ever blown. By gathering all the energies of Mother Nature, the ice dragon combines the energy to form a huge, icy sphere that shined brighter than polished silver. When the charge was complete, Chillmaw blows out a humongous frost breath, intensely braking parts of the sun, causing it to explode into a million little pieces.
It spewed from the ground angrily, seeming to evaporate as it ascended. As they got closer, they were able to see the plume in more intricate detail. Groping, clawing strands lept out from its core, sending out shrieks and crackles that sounded all too alike human voices. Goadas brought the ATLAR to rest a dozen meters from the phenomenon, as the pair lept out of the open sides.
On there way to try to cross the sea they see two huge dinosaurs fighting each other right before their eyes. The journey continues and when they start to cross the sea a huge storm appears and waves crash about their rafts. Balls of flame and electricity curl down from the sky and light one of the rafts on fire but the brave explorers quickly put it out. Finally the storm subsides and they make it to shore safe and sound. Quickly after getting on shore Axel uses his compass and much to their dismay discovers that they set back to the very shore they started at!
I couldn’t believe it at the first sight, but it’s happening at a clear distance. I approached the asphalt road and looked up in horror. Massive flames enclosed the church building on Jay Mountain. My mind kept telling me that it was only a mirage, but this seemed to real. I acted extremely fast without even thinking.
It was a Friday night. We were thrilled to be out of school, it had been a long week. I was on a short leash with my teachers since me and my pals Barry and John brought stink bombs to school and stunk up the whole cafeteria. At least twenty kids had to go home sick. Needless to say, it was the prank of the year.
Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, where the fog rises before your eyes. In the summer between the tenth and eleventh grade, my family decided that Vancouver Island would be lovely to visit. I agreed; I would have a chance to photograph what I never have before. Although it was summer, the temperature was significantly lower, with the sun straying close to the clouds. I remember the open sea, in all its unrestrained glory, the way it nipped at me as I strayed near the edge of the cliffs, I did that often.
‘’RR’’ I bounced on the old rusty trampoline, preparing myself to flip over and do a tuck. I looked at the camera I had set up to record myself, I had sworn I was doing it wrong and I needed to see what I was doing. I soon later found out I was doing it REALLY wrong. I take a deep breathe even though I've done this so many times before, I then do the actual flip.