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Creative Writing - Breakfast At Tiffanys AS Level

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´╗┐Tyler Ann Morgans My Expectations and Someone Else?s I had packed my bags ready for my ?one ? way? trip to New York. The place where everybody need?s to visit at least once in their life. I thought to myself ?I?m leaving in three hours and I don?t have anything ready?. On that note I decided to pack my bags and get everything I needed, and for this I made a checklist because if you knew me, you would soon recognise my memory resembles that of a goldfish. I had everything; passport, tickets, wallet, phone, suitcase and my sanity. I was in the taxi on my way to the airport, the start of my journey, thinking of what would be happening right now, where in some alternate universe I had a family or somebody to love. I hate it when I think like this! It just makes me wonder if I?m even more of a ?loser!? Day dreaming. ...read more.


The receptionist, formal but slightly uptight, welcomed me, ?Hello madam, could I please take your reservation name?? I answered her, trying to mock her pretentious exterior and transparent smile. ?This gentleman will now show you to your room, Miss Golightly?. It was the most heavenly sleep I had ever experienced; it was like sleeping on delicate velvet. I got into the shower and the water tenderly caressed my body. A satisfying sensation which awoke me from my slumber. I dried my hair, applied my make up and changed into my wide legged trousers, a cami and a blazer jacket. My hair was neatly arranged and I had my sparkling array of diamonds scattered across my neck. I felt like I was back at home but with the sun shining and spreading its peaceful serenity through the balcony doors. I felt like the sun sensed how eager I was to discover the new world. ...read more.


I said to myself ?You?ve done it again Holly?. Confusion flooded me, when I noticed he had left a note that read; ?Dear Holly ? Apartment 3A, You will never see me again and you will never catch me. O.J ? Apartment 3B I sank to the floor. I didn?t know what to do. He had all my personal, private drawings that I had done in places that I had visited before. He had my wallet, phone and my passport. I had no way of contacting home and I had no way of getting there. I got up off the floor and went into my room and shut the door behind me. What do I do now? I have no friends or family here and it?s only my first day, Could this get any worse? I have no memories, no wallet and no phone. It was all gone. Everything I had lived for and had to live for was gone. It felt like I had been stabbed and someone was twisting the knife. Making everything even worse. 850 words. ...read more.

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