Alibaba grabs us both and runs, everything explodes behind us and we get pushed forward. Making Alibaba tumble forward with Aladdin in his hands, and as for me. Well let 's just say I tried to tumble forward, that didn 't go so well. Seeing as though they didn 't give me a chance to get out of my night gown,(www.polyvore.com/femis_sleep_wear...) it unfortunately lifted up.....
The cave is dark and musty. The beast is gruesome: nasty, brutish and gross. He gobbles down men and sheep for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With only one eye, decaying, rotted teeth, and the stench of his rancid breath filling the confined cave, the journey Odysseus had embarked on, did not look like it had a bright future. But, this was part of the journey that he had agreed to.
“Fifteen years of misery and suppression had brought Delia to the place where she would hope anything that looked towards a way over or through her wall of inhibitions” (Hurston 7). “She saw him on his hands and knees as soon as she reached the door. Orlando with its doctors was too far” (Hurston 9). It was her way out and karma came into
I glanced to my left and saw one charging directly at me. A gentle swoosh of my sword did the trick, and soon he too had collapsed. He had; however, abandoned Katrina when he attempted to terminate me. I sprinted over and hastily released her. I commanded her to return to the tuath, and to never cease running until she reached her destination.
The flash might be seen in the darkness, and there were enemies watching. He decided to take the risk” (O’Flaherty 1). When the IRA Sniper took the risk when the flash gave away his position it was a bad idea for him because the flash from the fire made the opposing sniper shoot him and gave away his position. Another example of how the IRA sniper shows bravery is when he had to cover his injury. “The Sniper lay still for a long time nursing
We’d done similar maneuvers countless times that I didn’t even bother drawing my weapon, knowing that it’d only slow my progress and that he’d drop anyone before they got a chance to so much as level their weapon at me. When I’d reached the building, I wasted no time opening the front door, instead I jumped through a broken window in one fluid movement and continued my pace as I raced up the flights of stairs to the rooftop. From this vantage point, I could oversee the entire plaza below as well as the road that the drug lord had taken to escape the fight.
I pulled out my pistol and dodged behind a trash can, I fired multiple shots at the soldiers. The bullets did absolutely nothing, all it did was gain the attention of more of them. One of the men aimed his gun at me and fired, I scrunched into a small ball behind the trash can. Instead of a bullet bouncing of a strong blast of energy hit the can and it exploded. I was thrown about four feet back and hit the cement.
Then, I get a mouthful of water. As I emerged spluttering, I spot the competition way ahead of me, steamrolling through the water. I proceeded to dash through the wall of water as if there was a shark behind me. As I approach the turn to hurtle back to my starting point, I pulled a little too
All of the dogs ran at Vincent which made him scared. Vincent grabbed the ball and screamed “Help Miguel and Danny.” Miguel and Danny went over the fence and shouted “Throw the ball to us.” Vincent threw the ball and ran toward the fence. The dogs were catching up to Vincent.
He ran like a rabbit" (Red Badge of Courage). Death was a little to much for him to fathom and his instinct of living took over him. He reacted the way he did for the simple impulse of escaping his death. That is the reason why he fled the second battle. I believe the fear and the thought of death scared him beyond the point of him thinking rationally about his decision of staying or running off from the battle.
It was a bullet for Derrick who was sprinting directly at me. The ball was just a little too far so Derrick jumped. Right at me! I didn’t move so he slammed into my knee and that was the end of my 7th grade career. Looking back I realize that it took a lot of grit not to just give up playing
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. Sweeping up again, gradually, with each swing the background started to dissipate until I could start to see the pattern on the metal ground below.