• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Creative Writing Coursework

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

Creative Writing Coursework It was a cold, crisp winter's night in New York, and I was slumped unconscious on a toilet in Doc's Diner; my arms slashed, and blood dripping steadily from a small, rusty knife in my hand. A bald old man meandered unsteadily into the toilet room, and began to wash his hands in the only working sink. Suddenly, three frosty blasts of air pulsed harshly through the open window, and I stirred; my knife hand trembling, I wobbled my way out of the cubicle, unnoticed to the preoccupied man, and drew up my arm. Seconds later, the man lay on the floor, my hand thrusting the blade into his chest time after time after time. What could only be seconds later, blood still spilling from the deceased man's wounds; I opened my eyes and stared in sheer horror at my crime, stuttering 'what have I done?' I rushed to the sink and furiously tried to erase the blood from my arms and jumper. When done, I pulled down my sleeves, and zipped up my coats to hide any blood, and threw the knife out of the window into the night. I managed to compose myself, and assertively stepped through the door into the diner. I needed to get out before anyone else entered the loo, so I headed for the door. ...read more.

Middle

'It's me Vin, I need help, I've done something terrible.' Vincent was the only way of getting it off my chest. He was my brother, and the only friend I had left. He would understand, he left when I was 10 to become a priest, and now worked in a small parish near Central Park. 'Meet my near Mum's grave in half an hour, I'll be there, I will help you,' he assured me, and the line went dead. I picked up my coat, and hurried out of the apartment. It was 8am, and I walked into the cemetery with a small bunch of flowers in my hand. My boots crunching gently through the thick snow, I could hear children playing in the park, and their parents shouting after them. My one desire was to have someone, all I had was the long arm of guilt wrapped tightly around by chest, and the knowing that one day I would be behind bars. Staring at the sad, grey grave of Victoria Vincent, and brushing away snow and soil, I placed the bright flowers down by the stone, which read, 'beloved mother and wife, the best anyone could ask for.' If only they hadn't gone out that night, if only he hadn't crashed into the petrol station, if only Dad hadn't left for Europe, maybe none of this would have happened. ...read more.

Conclusion

Walking towards the child were two police officers. They were chatting, but would surely have pictures of me by now. I was never good at decision-making, but something made my mind up for me. I saw the wrinkled face of that innocent man in the toilets, and rushed, like a leaping lion, towards the child, shouting 'Watch out!' I careered into him, and pushed him over the holes to safety, my body cushioning the blow beneath him. The officers rushed over, and immediately recognised me. On of them, with a penetrating glare said 'I'll deal with you later, and rushed the child back to the on running mother. The other picked me up, fastened me in handcuffs, and marched me towards the car park. Going past the sights of New York, The Empire State, Flat Iron and many more, I saw my life coming to an end, gradually fading into nothingness, insignificant. As we rounded the last corner to the station, a great juggernaut came charging towards the police car, and in an instant, smashed into the front. I was thrown what seemed like miles, through the windscreen and onto the bonnet. My face bloodied and battered, I looked up to the cab of the lorry. Clambering out of the drivers seat was the victim of my knife. He knelt down by my dying body, and in my last seconds, scooped up a finger of blood and whispered in my ear, 'there's nothing quite like revenge now, is there?' ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe essays

  1. Choices - creative writing

    The old Kelly would not just up and leave and go out with a boy that she hardly knew. "The eyes are the windows to your soul," Kelly had said to me five years ago. Until now, I had never understood what she meant, but she was right.

  2. Ten Seconds of Confession

    He wanted to tell her that he loved her. He wanted to take her back. He wanted everything back. But as soon as he wanted everything, he realized that she did too, and that the world didn't revolve around him. Dave thought hard. If he were to really confess, he would emotionally disturb her and make her uncomfortable.

  1. Rianne Summers fiddled around with the frequency dial on the car radio until she ...

    "Where, what, how did you get here so quickly?" Amy asked puzzled. "Well, who was that in the lake?" Lisa said as confused as Amy. "Well, it weren't me! I took a walk with Rose to the curry house but the towns been closed and the roads are blocked off."

  2. Creative Writing Coursework : Guilt

    "Don't worry, me and him are history." If I'd known she wasn't telling the complete truth there, I wouldn't have gone and done what I did. In any normal, sober situation, I wouldn't even have called her over in the first place. I can't quite recall the rest of the conversation, but, as you can imagine, we

  1. English Creative Writing GCSE Coursework

    Imogene rolled her eyes and smiled at her friend before pointing at another spot. One, conveniently, which was over near where Sean was leaning casually on the marble bar, looking more gorgeous than she remembered his sandy hair tousled. Sophia rolled her eyes back at her, but followed her over,

  2. Jaws Coursework

    We hear a girl screaming and Brody is immediately alerted and peering over a man's shoulder, only to find it's a game. This is another false alarm, which creates more panic for Brody and the tension continues to rise, because Brody panics the audience feel involved as they know something is going to happen soon.

  1. english coursework goal.doc

    This shows that up until now, Munez has been fighting for a better life, and the white fade shows hope, and creates an emphasis on the next scene. The voiceover says, "his skill with a football", and then there is a loud 'shutter' noise and a glare of white.

  2. Original Writing Peice, Year Ten GCSE.

    no one around, eventually I found a way in through the room next door to the one the doctor and my sister was in, I went in and hid under the table for what I saw terrified me, the noises that I had heard that day, my sisters screams and

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work