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Gothic story

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Gothic Story Once again the roar of thunder broke the eerie silence of the night. It was raining hard and I could hear the bats flipping their wings through the dead silence of the night. In the darkness of the night I wondered what I was doing alone in this graveyard. I had run away from the haunted house and imagined that I would be safer and hopefully find someone to share my fear that made my legs shiver. Finally I heard a voice approaching from behind. I couldn't tell what it was. I was in a rush and I couldn't think of what to do. I was also scared to look around because of the fear to see something I didn't want to. I looked around but all I could see was the lonely tree and the silence of the night. ...read more.

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However, it was its big eyes that made it look evil. At that moment I realized he wasn't one of us. Trembling with fear, I looked hard into its mean eyes and I stood still as a statue. My knees were shakeng and my heart started to pound so fast I thought it would jump out of my chest. I realized something was wrong. I wondered if I would ever be able to go back to my normal life and my social life and get to see my family again. I couldn't give up on my own family. I had to take care of them in this harsh world. I wanted to let out a loud scream so someone could help me but I was helpless. I couldn't even breathe so how was I supposed to scream for help. ...read more.

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I had run away from the haunted house and imagined that I would be safer and hopefully find someone to share my fear that made my legs shiver. Finally I heard a voice approaching from behind. I couldn't tell what it was. I was in a rush and I couldn't think of what to do. I was also scared to look around because of the fear to see something I didn't want to. I looked around but all I could see was the lonely tree and the silence of the night. The silence of the cold night made me feel vulnerable just as I was thinking if it was a good idea to run away and go out. I had the feeling that something was passing right through me, making the hairs on my arms stand right up. The story takes place in a graveyard. "the roar of a thunder" that shatters "the eerie silence of the night is used to portray how an extreme weather can convert a mild night into a thrilling experience. ...read more.

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