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Coral Cliff personal writing essay

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CORAL CLIFF It was a cold and windy night. The trees moved vigorously as the wind blew. The silence was frightening. Carol's face became red because of the cold. She was driving as fast as she could through Elmore street- the longest road in Sydney. Usually people came here if they were in a mood for a long drive, but Carol was going for Julia's party. Carol had refused to come at first but Julia wouldn't accept any excuses from anyone since it was her last birthday in Australia. She was moving to London forever and wanted this to be her best birthday bash ever. Carol had tried to explain her reasons. Her house was really far after all and she didn't want to drive at night but Julia's reason was more justified. It was only one night and even Jerry would be there. He was the most popular boy in college. Actually Carol and Jerry had liked each other for a long time. The thing was, Carol was waiting for Jerry to ask her out and Jerry wanted to make sure if Carol actually liked him or not. ...read more.

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She blushed. *** Three hours had passed. Carol was having an amazing time. The only thing that worried her was how she would get home so late at night. Even her parents weren't in town. She would have to drive all the way back to her house alone. It would take about one or two hours depending on the traffic. May be she could ask Jerry to drop her but he lived all the way on the other side of town. She decided that it was best if she went alone. Soon it was time to leave. "I thoroughly enjoyed the party Julia. Thank you so much." Carol said, genuinely meaning it. "Hey Carol, wait." It was Jerry. "I found a shortcut to your house yesterday. So I recorded the directions in this." He handed Carol an audio cassette. "You won't have to drive through Elmore street and you will be home in less than half an hour." "That's so sweet of you Jerry! Thank you so much." ...read more.

Conclusion

and he let go of the cliff he was hanging on. Crashing into the rocks. Thousands of feet below. It had taken Carol years to forget the horrible incidence but now.......he was actually back! Jerry was Matt. He was with her all this time and he had waited for the right time to kill her. "Now Carol... Lets be considerate and not waste each others' time right. C'mon jump!" He was laughing. That cruel laugh! Carol hastily tried to open the car door, her hands were shaking. It wouldn't budge. She ran as fast as she could but it was as if an invisible wall had trapped her. She knew she had no other option but to die this painful death. Carol slowly walked to the edge of the cliff. She shut her eyes and prayed..."Dear God, please don't let me feel the pain and if possible forgive me for any sin I've committed, Amen," and Carol jumped!! She tumbled and crashed into solid rocks -deep deep down below and then...it was all over! ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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