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A Description of a Lonely Place

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Introduction

Saniyya Abrahams 11 Wilson A Description of a Lonely Place Here I am, in the car on the way to my cousin's house. It is my first visit because she had just recently moved there. The journey is really freaky and petrifying because it is night-time and the only thing that gives out light is the full moon. I am nearly there just a few miles to go. When I arrive I go inside. I take a tour of the house and it seems scary to me because it is really grand with high ceilings long corridors and the rooms are large and deserted. ...read more.

Middle

I hear so many eerie sounds that my sleep escapes me because I fear that there is a ghostly presence nearby. I get up to take a look outside the window. I see a lake, the lake is as still as a cold winter's night in a graveyard. I open the door and go outside and I smell the clean fresh air. There is no other house within site, just this one. The place seems haunted to me. ...read more.

Conclusion

It all started when I was playing with my sister one evening and I was chasing her near the lake. At that time she was not looking where she was running because she kept turning back to see if I was still there, she just toppled into the lake. When she landed the frozen ice cracked and formed a spider's web around her, Then the ice started breaking up into large fragments. I couldn't do anything because nobody else was there and she was floating on the surface with her head in the water I was calling her but she wasn't responding I realised it was too late to save her now. ...read more.

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