Descriptive Writing About An Animal Essays and Term Papers

  • Descriptive Writing About a Beach

    The, enclosed, beach is silent. The bright ball blinds you as it emerges; it rises like a yellow lollipop on the distant horizon. Crashing against the shore, small waves wash the night's debris onto the land. Untouched golden sand covers the floor as far as your eyes can see. Soothing, a gentle sea breeze...

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  • Descriptive writing about plane flight

    plane finally was ready at gate 42. I took one last look at where I had been sitting for the past two hours. As I walked toward the plane, I thought about all the terrible things and accidents that I had been through at my summer trip. Shake once I boarded the plane and tuck myself comfortably in the...

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    Climbing Cryb Goch Anxiously I tug on my thick woolly socks. The sparkling peak of Snowdon looms like an iceberg above me. My skin tingles the air is so cold. Boots next, numb fingers fumble with the laces. Other walkers are getting ready too, chattering animatedly to one another, their voices seem...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Christopher Cook English Composition 1 ENC 101 Jul 2014 Writing Description I grew up in a little town known as Preston, Idaho. Most people know this town because of the movie Napoleon Dynamite. If you were to visit my town, the best time to go would be around the end of July. Another good time...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    THE HAUNTED HOUSE In viewing the sublime town, I move at a languid gait, despite the fact that it is midnight. The phase moon is visible as a fully illuminated disc that is encircled by shimmering stars; which creates an atmosphere that makes me feel unravel. Below this stupendous sight is a barren...

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    beret on the ground, you have to kiss it three times. One for the queen, another for the corps, and one more for disrespecting the uniform. I've had about 3 berets throughout my time in cadets, the first two got to small but they are still on my dresser, formed, and don’t have a speck of dust on them....

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    June 1944. D-Day Landings. Rocketing across the water, the beach and sky blur into one. But in my mind everything is still, even calm in fact. My eyes dart around. I see men. Pain and panic fill their eyes. Some tremble as if catching a fever. Other soldiers clutch on to their weapons as if gripping...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING DESCRIPTIVE WRITING is the clear description of people, places, objects, or events using appropriate details. An effective description will contain sufficient and varied elaboration of details to communicate a sense of the subject being described. Details used are usually sensory...

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    I could feel a gentle warm breeze that was blowing in from the west, bringing with it a mouth-watering smell of strawberry ice cream. Also with the wind came the enchanting smell of fresh salty air mixed with another smell that I didn’t recognise. The active bustling metropolitan was surrounded by rolling...

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    Drip drop, drip drop… the young blonde haired woman was slumped on the fresh, bottle green grass in her local park which was bleached in sunlight; she felt the sizzling summer heat as tiny droplets of sweat trickled down her face. She lazily turned her face upwards to see the fierce August sun glaring...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Descriptive Writing She is a beautiful young woman, perhaps the most beautiful woman he has ever seen. Her hair is a midnight black color; it almost reminded him of the color of the night sky as he looks through a window. As he looked at her hair he notice the way the light catches in it and it shimmers...

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    examples are St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and the Washington monument. During the day Westminster Abbey is full with tourists who want to learn about what used to go on inside these places. Another reason lots of people want to go to Westminster Abbey is because that is where Prince William and Kate...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING | A scene at a concert | - A n i s h a S r i k a r I was starting to realise that concerts and I were a very bad combination. I had agreed to come here in hopes of actually enjoying it. Except, I was experiencing the exact opposite. While everyone else seemed to enjoy and move...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Temperance Brennan is from the television show Bones. She has long brown  shoulder length that is wavy.  She has piercing blue eyes that sparkle like ocean on a clear  day when she looks at her partner Booth, who she has a crush on but will not admit to it.  Her eyes also have a look in them of hurt possibly caused by her dad and mom leaving ...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    room, like big, plush pillows, ready to be rested on. My desk shouts out for a clean, books thrown around everywhere, without a care. The detailed writing merely fading of the hand written poem, fresh off the press, lying on a hardly ever used dictionary. As I turn in my chair memories come spiralling...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Krazy Kitchen Imagine a place that makes you happy just by thinking about it. That’s how I feel when I think about my cozy kitchen. It’s my favorite room in the house. Most people would say that there’s nothing special about my small kitchen. If you look closer, though, you’ll notice that the...

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    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING Beads of sweat trickled down my face as the sweltering sun continued to beat on down on me. The waves crashing rhythmically on the shore were tempting me to enter those enticing waters to cool off. But, no. I could not. I was here for a job. A job that needed me to stand here...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Ade knew that this was the last farewell and she would never see him again - never. As the children were safe now, there was no stopping him in writing against the government. Instead of fearing the government, he became even bitter than before, reflecting his grudge against them. Sadly, it was not...

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    no better solution for time management than our ice. It’s as easy as choosing one of the coffee flavors to get your caffeine fix. Let’s not forget about the children! The little balls of energy will hail our fruity flavors. Kids love variety, and most of all fun! Think of all the fun your kids will have...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Billows of darkness smoulder into a red sunset. The ever changing face above, morphed into a grimace as charcoal wisps entice the atmosphere. Pirouetting tawny leaves waste no time escaping; scurrying in disarray past the wretched area that tempts them to stay a few moments more with the confident malicious...

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